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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C. UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



VOL. 15. 

Second quarter, 1898. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFF 10 

1898. 

N. .\ 



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Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary. 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 









LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE EEGISTEE OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 15, no. 1. 
Whole no. 353— April 13, 1898. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 5 

(2) Miscellaneous 11 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 15 
II. Dramatic Compositions 18 

III. Periodicals 19 

IV. Musical, Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 28 

Y. Maps and Charts 52 

YI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 53 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 56 

VIII. Photographs 57 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 62 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors .. 6i 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1898. 



EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors. 

I. BOOKS .— (1) BOOKS PROPER. 



(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



'IV. Musical 



Authors. 

Alclen (Isabella M.) The Prince of peace. 
Rev. eel. 12°. Boston, Lothrop pub. co., 
[n. d.] (1898, no. 21788, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'cl Apr. 5, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Lothrop pnb. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Alclen (Mrs. G. K.) As in a mirror. Chaps. 
1-27. 16°. Boston, Lothrop pub. co., 
[n. el.] (1898, no. 21799, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'cl Apr. 5, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co. ; Bos- 
ton. 

American digest. A complete digest of 
all reported American cases from the 
earliest times to 1896. v. 2. Affidavits- 
Appeal and error. Divisions 1 to 9. 
Century ed. 4°. St. Paul, West pub. 
co., 1898. (1898, no. 21292, Apr. 2. 2 
copies rec'cl Apr. 9, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

American (The) navy. pt. 3. The Ameri- 
can navy. The Maine, obi. f°. Chicago, 
Belford, Middlebrook & co., 1898. [The 
travel series, no. 25.] (1898, no. 22004, 
" Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'cl Apr. 6, 1898.) 4 
Copyright by Belford, Middlebrook 
& co., Chicago. 

Analysis of the Bible. 4°. [n.i.] (1898, 

no. 20371, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'cl Apr. 

6,1898.) 5 

Copyright by A. J. Holman & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Answers to college questions, 1894-97, 
in arithmetic, grammar, geography, 
history, spelling, and drawing. 12°. 
New York, William Beverley Harison, 
[n.d.] (1898, no. 21451, Apr. 4. 2 copies 
ree'd Apr. 9, 1898.) ' 6 

Copyright by W. B. Harison, New 
York. 

Architectural drawing. Samples of the 
work in drawing, obi. 8°. Scranton, 
Pa., Colliery engineer co., [n. d.] (1897, 
no. 72760, Dec. 27. 2 copies rec'cl Apr. 
4,1898.) 7 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Armstrong (J. Z.) Read this title page 
entire and know the author's great 
desire. 24°. [n. i.] (1897, no. 41861. 
2 copies rec'cl Oct. 22, 1897. ) 8 

Copyright by J. Z. Armstrong, Frank- 
lin, Ind. 

Arthur (Joseph Charles) and MacDougal 
(Daniel Trembly). Living plants and 
their properties. A collection of es- 
says. 12°. New York, Baker &. Taylor, 
1898. (1898, no. 12808, Feb. 21. 2 copies 
rec'cl Anr. 4, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by J. C. Arthur and D. T. 
MacDougal, New York. 

Baltimore. Street directory for 1898, 
(R. L. Polk & co.'s.) v. 12. Compiled 
and arranged by B. R. Sheriff. 8°. [n. 
i.] (1898, no. 22024, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'cl Apr. 6, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by R, L. Polk & co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Baxter (James J., compiler). Manual of 
Bible truths and histories adapted to 
the questions of the Baltimore cate- 
chism, together with a life of Christ 
from the four gospels. 12°. New York, 
P. J. Kenedy, 1898. (1898. no. 13609, 
Feb. 25. 2 copies ree'd Apr. '8, 1898.) 11 
Copyright by P. J. Kenedy, New 
York. 

Beach (Harlan P.) St. Paul and the Gen- 
tile world. 12°. New York. Student 
volunteer movement for foreign mis- 
sions, 1898. (1898, no. 21024. Apr. 1. 2 
copies rec'cl Apr. 4, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by Student volunteer 
movement for foreign missions, 
New York. 

Beaufort (Mary Winefride). Via cruris. 
A devotional poem. 4°. Akron. Ohio, 
D. H. McBride & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 
22562, x\pr. 9. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 9, 
1S98.) 13 

Copyright by D. 11. McBride & co.. 
Akron, Ohio. 

5 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 



A u th ors — Continued. 



Berg (Walter G., compiler and editor). 
American railway bridges and build- 
ings. Official reports. 8°. Chicago, 
Roadmaster and foreman, 1898. (1897, 
no. 66658, Nov. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 14 

Copyright by B. S. Wasson & co., 
Chicago. 

Bornier (Vte. Henri de). The romance of 
a playwright. From the French. By 
MaryMcMahon. 16 c . New York, Ben- 
ziger bros., 1898. (1898,no. 22091, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 15 

Copyright bv Benziger bros., New 
York. 

Brooks (Emily R.) Cake receipts. 16°. 
Cambridge,"bythe author, 1898. (1898, 
no. 19721, Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
8,1898.) 16 

Copyright by E. R. Brooks, Cain- 
bridge, Mass. 

Brown (Alexander). The first republic 

in America. 8 C . Boston, Houghton, 

Mifflin & co., 1898. (1898, no. 16050, 

Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by A. Brown, Nor wood, Ya. 

Brown (Elijah P.) Cider ville folks, as 
seen by Silas Ganderfoot. YVitk an 
introduction by Robert J. Burdette. 
Illustrations by Frank Beard and 
others. 8°. Chicago, Date pub. co., 
[n. d.] (1898, no. 18658, Mar. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 18 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

Brown (Randal M.) See Hurst (Sam N.) 
and Brown (Randal M.) A complete 
annotated digest of decisions of the su- 
preme court of Virginia, etc. v. 2. Cit- 
izen-Deposition. 

Burdette (Robert J.) See Brown (Elijah 
P.) Cider ville folks. 

By am (W. \V.) A sketch of the State of 
"Chiapas, Mexico. 4°. Los Angeles, 
Cal., Geo. Rice & sons, 1897. (1897, no. 
37870. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 19 
Copyright by W. W. Byain, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 

Century (The) illustrated monthly maga- 
azine. v. 55. New series, v. 33. Nov., 
1897, to Apr. 1898. 8°. New York, Cen- 
tury co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 20197, Mar. 
29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 

Chown(C.M.) Retail reports. Madison 

county, Ohio. 4°. Lima, Ohio, Chown 

commercial co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 21466, 

Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Chown commercial co., 

Lima, Ohio. 



Chown (C. M.). Retail reports. Union 

county, Ohio. 4 C . Lima, Ohio, Chown 

commercial co. [n. d.] (1898, no. 17350, 

Mar. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by Chown commercial co., 

Lima, Ohio. 

Colin (T. F., compiler.) French selections 
for advanced sight translation. 12°. 
Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 21786, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 23 

Copyright by T. F. Colin, Bryn Mawr, 
Pa. 

Colorado. Reports of decisions of the 
court of appeals, v. 9. T. M. Robinson, 
reporter. 8°. New York, Banks & 
bros., 1898. (1898, no. 21456, Apr. 4. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by C. H. S. Whipple, secre- 
tary of state of Colorado. 

Constable (Ethel Dana). Blocks with 
which we build. 12 c . Chicago, A. 
Flanagan, [n. d.] (1898, no. 22163, Apr. 

7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 25 
Copyright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 

Cross (Victoria). Paula. A sketch from 

life. 12 °. New York, George Munro's 

sons, [n.d.] (1898, no. 21189, Apr. 2. 2 

copies reed Apr. 9, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by G. Munro's sons, New 

York" 

Currier (Charles Warren). The rose of 
Alhama; or, the conquest of Granada. 
12°. New York, Christian press ass'n 
pub. co., 1897. (1898, no. 22030, Apr. 6. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Christian press ass'n 
pub. co., New York. 

Deghuee (Joseph). Supplement to tables 
of bond values, for values of 52^-100 
years. 12°. New York, G. W. Dough- 
erty & co.. [n. d.] (1898, no. 16072, Mar. 

8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 28 
Copyright by J. Deghuee and G. W. 

Dougherty, New York. 

Tables of bond values, with supple- 
ment for values of 52^-100 years. 12°. 
New York, G. W. Dougherty & co., [n. 
d.] (1898, no. 16073, Mar. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 29 
Copyright by J. Deghuee and G. W. 
Dougherty, New York. 

Detroit city and Wayne county business 
directory 1898-99. V. 5. 8°. Detroit, 
Mich., R.L.Polk & co., [n.d.] (1898, 
no. 20044, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
7,1898.) 30 

Copyright by R.L.Polk & co., De- 
troit, Mich. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Donnelly (Eleanor C.) Christian carols 
of lore and life. 16°. Philadelphia, 
H. L. Kilner & co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 
17944, Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) " 31 

Copyright by E. C. Donnelly, Phila- 
delphia. 

The rhyme of the friar Stephen. A 

legend. i6°. Philadelphia, H. L. Kil- 
ner & co. (1898, no. 17945, Mar. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by E. C. Donnelly, Phila- 
delphia. 

Ehrmann (Max). A farrago. 12°. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Cooperative pub. co., 
1898. (1898, no. 16094, Mar. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by Cooperative pub. co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Elementary (An) treatise on sanitary 
plumbing and gas fitting. 1st ed. v. 
1. Arithmetic, mensuration, mechan- 
ics, with practical questions and exam- 
ples. 8°. Scranton, Colliery engineer 
co., 1897. (1897, no. 56684, Oct. 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 34 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

v. 2. Plumbing and drainage, gas 

and gas fitting, electric-light wiring 
and bell work, with practical questions 
and examples. 8°. Scrauton, Colliery 
engineer co., 1897. (1897, no. 56685, Oct. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 35 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

v. 3. Mechanical drawing. Obi. f°. 

Scranton, Colliery engineer co., 1897. 

(1897, no. 56686, Oct. 7. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 8, 1898. ) 36 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

v. 4. Tables and formulas. 8°. 

Scranton, Colliery engineer co., 1897. 

(1897, no. 56687, Oct. 7. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 8, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

V. 5. Answers to questions. 8°- 

Scranton, Collierv engineer co., 1897. 

(1897, no. 56688, Oct. 7. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 8, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Ellyson (J. J.) Poems. (1898, no. 13675, 
Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

39 
Copyright by J. J. Ellyson, Healds- 
burg, Pa. 



Authors — Continued. 

Ferran (Augustine). The month of Our 
Lady. Translated by Rev. John F. Mul- 
lany. 16°. New York, Benzigerbros., 
1898. (1898, no. 22092, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 

Frink (Henry Allyn). The new century 
speaker. For school and college. 12°. 
Boston, Giun & co., 1898. (1898, no. 
16504, Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.; 41 

Copyright by H. A. Frink, Amherst, 
Mass. 

General digest, American and English, 
annotated. Refers to all reports, offi- 
cial and unofficial, v. 4. New series. 
8°. Rochester, N. Y., Lawyers' coopera- 
tive pub. co., 1898. (1898, no. 21991, 
Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 42 
Copyright by Lawyers 7 cooperative 
pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Georgia. Forms and practice. A collec- 
tion of annotated legal forms, adapted 
to the code of 1895. By James H. 
Blount, jr. 8°. Atlanta, Ga., Geo. W. 
Harrison, 1898. (1898, no. 10476, Feb. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 43 

Copyright by J. H. Blount, jr., At- 
lanta, Ga. 

Gestefeld (Ursula N.) The metaphysics 
of Balzac, as found in " The magic 
skin," "Louis Lambert,'-' and "Sera- 
phita." 12°. New York. Gestefeld pub. 
co., 1898. (1898, no. 10445, Feb. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by U. N. Gestefeld, U.S. 

Gillman (Henry). Hassan: a fellah. A 
romance of Palestine. 12°. Boston. 
Little, Brown & co., 1898. (1898, no! 
14734, Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 45 

Copyright by H. Gillman, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Godkin (Edwin L.) Unforeseen tenden- 
cies of democracv. 12°. Boston. Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & co., 1898. (1898, no, 20913. 
Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 46 
Copyright by E. L. Godkin. New 
York. 
Harland (Marion). Alone. 12°, New 
York, G.W. Dillingham co.. 1898. 0898. 
no. 19708, Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 11 

Copyright by M. Virginia Tvrhuno. 
New York. 

Nemesis. 12°. New York. GK W, 

Dillingham co.. 1898. (1898, no. 19707. 

Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. ;\ 1898.) IS 

Copyright by M. Virginia Terhune, 

Now York. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A u tli ors — Continued. 

Harland (Marion). The hidden path. 

12°. New York, G. W. Dillingham co., 

1898. (1898, no. 19709, Mar. 26. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by M. Virginia Terhune, 

New York. 

Hay den (Mrs. Sumner). The midnight 
marriage ; or, whose wife was she. 12 c . 
New York, George Munro's sons, [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 18407, Mar. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) ' 50 

Copyright by G. Munro's sons, New 
York. 

Hill (John W.) The purification of pub- 
lic water supplies. 8°. New York, D. 
VanNostrandco., 1898. (1898, no. 14738, 
Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 51 
Copyright by D. Van Nostrand co., 
New York. 

Hill (Mrs. A. P.) Mrs. Hill's new cook- 
book. 12°. New York, G. W. Dilling- 
ham co., 1898. A new and revised edi- 
tion. (1898, no. 19706, Mar. 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 52 
Copyright by Fannie B. Walker, 
West Point, Ga. 

History and roster of Maryland volun- 
teers, war of 1861-65. Prepared under 
authority of the general assembly of 

. Maryland. By L. Allison Wilmer, J . H. 
Jarrett, Geo. W. F. Vernon, v. 1. 4 C . 
Baltimore, Md., Guggenheimer, Weil &- 
co.. 1898. (1898, no. 21230, Apr. 2. 2 
copies rec*d Apr. 4, 1898. ) 53 ' 

Copyright by State of Maryland. 

Hitchcock (E., jr.,) and Nelligan (R. T.) 
Wrestling, catch-as-eatch-can style. 
16°. New York, American sports pub. 
co., [n. d.] [Spalding's athletic library, 
v. 7, no. 77. Feb., 1898.] (1898, no. 14461, 
Mar. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 54 
Copyright by American sports pub. 
co., New York. 

Hubbard (Lester C.) Tobacco and its 
bondage. By a slave who became free. 
8°. Boston, Liberator pub. co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 16092, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) ' 55 

Copyright by L. C. Hubbard, Bos- 
ton. 

Hurst (Sam N.) and Brown (Randal M.) 
A complete annotated digest of deci- 
sions of the supreme court of appeals 
of Virginia, etc. v. 2. Citizen-deposi- 
tion. 8 C . Pulaski City. Va.. Hurst & 
co., 1898. (1898, no. 17601, Mar. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by S. N. Hurst, Pulaski 
City, Va. 



A uthors — Continued. 

Illinois. All the laws of the state of Illi- 
nois passed at the special session of the 
fortieth general assembly. Convened 
Dec. 7, 1897, adjourned sine die Feb. 24, 
1898. (1898, no. 15473, Mar. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Chicago legal news co., 
Chicago. 

Kelly (Eugene Henri). Architectural 

acoustics. 8°. [n.i.] (1898, no. 22297, 

Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by E. H. Kelly, Buffalo, 

N.Y. 

Kelly (Howard A.) Operative gynecol- 
ogy, v. 1. 4°. New York, D. Apple- 
ton & co., 1898. (1898. no, 18638, Mar. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 

Killebrew (J. B.) Information for immi- 
grants concerning middle Tennessee. 
12°. Nashville, Tenn., Marshall & 
Bruce co., 1898. (1898, no. 21460, Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Nashville, Chattanooga 
and St. Louis railway, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Koerner (Herman T.) Beleaguered. A sto- 
ry of the uplauds of Baden in the seven- 
teenth centurv. 12°. New York, G. P. 
Putnam's sons, 1898. (1898, no. 6963, 
Jan. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 61 
Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 

Larisun (C. W. ) Reminissensez ov a 

techer. 8°. Ringos, N. J., Fonic pub. 

hous, 1898. (1898, no. 20366, Mar. 30. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 62 

Copyright by C. W. Larisun, Ringos, 

N.J. 

Lee (Albert). Four for a fortune. A tale. 

12°. New York, Harper & bros., 1898. 

(1898, no. 3798, Jan. 7. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 8, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 

Lewis (Elizabeth Dike). Old prisons 
and punishments. 8°. New York, G. P. 
Putnam's sons, [n. d.] [Half-moon 
series, v. 2, no. 3, Mar., 1898.] (1898, 
no. 15353, Mar. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4,* 
1898.) 64 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 

Mac Arthur (Robert Stuart). Current 
questions for thinking men. 12°. Phil- 
adelphia, American Baptist pub. soc, 
1898. (1898, no. 16203, Mar. 9. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 65 
Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
soc, Philadelphia. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

McCall (Henry S.) The clerk's assistant. 
5th ed. Revised and rewritten by Will- 
iam H. Silvern ail. 8°. New York, 
Banks & bros.. 1898. (1898, no. 18637, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 66 
Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 

McConnell (S. D.) History of the Ameri- 
can episcopal church. 7th ed. rev. and 
enlarged. 8°. New York. Thomas 
Whittaker, 1897. (1890, no. 27440. 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 15, 1897.) 67 

Copyright by T. Wkittaker, New 
York. 

MacDougal (Daniel Trembly) . See Arthur 
(Joseph Charles) and MacDougal (Dan- 
iel Trembly). Living plants and their 
properties. 

McGowan (Francis X.) See Wegener 
(Thomas). Sister Anne Katharine Em- 
merich. > 

McMakon (Mary, translator). See Bor- 
nier (Yte. Henri de.) The romance of 
a playwright. 

Mechanical drawing. Samples of the 
work in drawing. Obi. 8°. Scran- 
ton, Pa., Colliery engineer co., [n. d.] 
(1897, no. 72761, Dec. 27. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 68 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Mifflin (Lloyd). The slopes of Helicon 

and other poems. 16- . Boston, Estes 

& Lauriat, 1898. (1898, no. 17772, Mar. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 69 

Copyright by L. Mifflin, United 

States. 

Mind. v. 1. Oct., 1897-Mar., 1898. 8°. 

New York, Alliance pub. co., [n. d.] 

(1898, no. 17403, Mar. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) ' 70 

Copyright by Alliance pub. co., New 

York. 

Missionary exercises, no. 4. For the use 
of Sunday-schools, mission bands, and 
Christian endeavor societies. 12°. 
Philadelphia, Westminster press, 1898. 
(1898, no. 13385, Feb. 24. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) ' 71 

Copyright by Presbyterian board of 
pub. and S. S. work, Philadelphia. 

Mullany (John F., translator). See Fer- 
ran (Augustine). The month of Our 
Lady. 

Murray (Andrew). The true vine. 16°. 

New York, FlemingH. Revellco., [n. d.] 

(1898, no. 21420, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 6, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by F. H. Revell co., New 

York. 



Authors — Continued. 

Murray (Daniel Alexander). An elemen- 
tary course in the integral calculus. 12°. 
New York, American book co., [n. d.l 
(1898, no. 19943, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) ' 73 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 

Nelligan (R. T.) See Hitchcock (E.,jr.) 
and Nelligan (R. T.) Wrestling. 

Nuesch (John). Exposition of heavenlv 

truths. 8°. [n- i-] (1898, no. 6092, 

Jan. 17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by J. Nuesch, Lecrov, 

Ark. 

Olmsted (M. N.) Walks and words of Je- 
sus. 6th ed. 12°. New York, G. Morti- 
mer McClintock, 1898. (1883, no. 3619. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 75 

Copyright by M. N. Olmsted, New 
York. 

Otis (James). A traitor's escape. 12°. 

New York, A. L. Burt, [n. d.] (1898, no. 

16058, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 

1898.) 76 

Copyright by A. L. Burt, New 

York. 

" Pansy." See Alden (Isabella M.) The 
Prince of peace. 

See Alden (Isabella M.) As in a 

mirror, chaps. 1-27. 

Parker (Gilbert). A lover's diary. Songs 
in sequence. 16°. New York, Macmil- 
lan co., 1898. (1898, no. 21744, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 77 

Copyright bv Macmillan co., New 
York. 

A Romany of the snows. Second 

series of An adventurer of the north, 
being a continuation of Pierre and his 
peopTe, and the latest existing record 
of Pretty Pierre. 16°. New York. Mac- 
millan co., 1898. (1898, no. 21743, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898. ) 1 8 

Copyright by Macmillan co., New 
York" 

An adventurer of the north. 16°. 

New York, Macmillan co.. 1898. (1898, 

no. 21741, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 79 

Copyright bv Macmillan co.. New 
York. 

Pierre and his people. Talcs of the 

far north. L6°, Now York. Macmil- 
lan co.. 1898. (1898, no. 21745, Apr.5, 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 

Copyright by Macmillan co.. New- 
York. 



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Authors— Con tinned. 

Parker (Gilbert). When Valmond came 
to Pontiac. The story of a lost Napo- 
leon. 16°. New York, Macinilian co., 
1898. (1898, no. 21742, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5., 1898.) 81 

Copyright by Macmillan co.. New 
York. 

Phillips (G. M.) A handbook of genito- 
urinary surgery and venereal diseases. 
8°. [n.i.] (1897, no. 73968, Dec. 31. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 82 

Copyright by Western engraving co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Ratcliff (W. F.) Handbook of printing. 

16°. St. Louis. Mo., Ratcliff printing 

co., [n.d.] (1898. no. 19159, Mar. 23. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 83 

Copyright by W. P. Ratcliff, St. 

Louis, Mo. 

Richards (Laura E.) Rosin the beau. 
12°. Boston. Estes & Lauriat, [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 16509, Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) ' 84 

Copyright by Estes & Lauriat, Bos- 
ton. 

Roberts (William P.) Digest of revised 
laws and decisions and annotated con- 
stitutions of the international supreme 
lodge of the Independent order of good 
templars. 9th ed. 21°. International 
supreme lodge, 1898. (1898, no. 13397, 
Feb. 24. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 85 
Copyright by W. P. Roberts, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

Robinson (J. Watts.) Robinsonian 5,6, 
7, and 8 per-cent interest book. 2d ed. 
8°. Boston, J. Watts Robinson, 1898. 
(1898. no. 16542, Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) ' 86 

Copyright by J. W. Robinson, Bos- 
ton. 

Sanders (George A.) Reality ; or, law and 
order vs. anarchy and socialism. A re- 
ply to Edward Bellamy's Looking back- 
ward and Equality. 8°. Cleveland, 
Burrows bros. co., 1898. (1898, no. 
21785, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 87 

Copyright by G. A. Sanders, Spring- 
field, 111. 

Scott (John M.) Litta, an American 
singer. A sketch of Marie Eugenia 
von Eisner. 16°. Bloomington, 111., 
1897.) (1897, no. 64605, Nov. 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 88 
Copyright by J. M. Scott, Blooming- 
ton, 111. 



Authors — Continued. 

Seiss (Joseph A.) The golden altar. 
Forms of living faith. New and en- 
larged ed. 24 c . Philadelphia, General 
councils pub. board. 1898. (1897, no. 
71061, Dec, 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 89 

Copyright by J. A. Seiss, Philadel- 
phia. 

Sergeant (Lewis). The Franks. 12°. 

New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. 

(1898, no. 16169, Mar. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 8, -1898.) 90 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York. 

Seymour (George E.) An elementary 
arithmetic, with all processes developed 
by analytical methods based on reason. 
12°. St. Louis, Mo., Beektald ptg. and 
book mfg. co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 19146, 
Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 91 
Copyright by G. E. Seymour, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Silvernail (William H.) See McCall 
(Henry S.) The clerk's assistant. 

Simons (M. Laird). Illustrated cvclo- 

pediaof the Bible. 4 C . [n.i.] (1898, 

no. 20373, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

6, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by A. J. Holman & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Smith (Jeremiah). Cases on selected 
topics in the law of municipal corpora- 
tions. 8°. Cambridge, Harvard law 
review pub. ass'n,1898. (1898, no. 20192, 
Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 93 
Copyright by J. Smith, Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Smith (William). The new pictorial 
self-pronouncing dictionary of the 
Bible. 4°. [n.i.] (1898, no. 20374, 
Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 94 
Copyright by A. J. Holman & co., 
Philadelphia. 

! Steel in construction. 10th ed., 1898. 

16 c . [n.i.] (1898, no. 22306, Apr. 8. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 95 

Copyright by A. and P. Roberts co., 

Philadelphia. 

Ten American painters. (Catalogue of 
the pictures.) 24°. New York, Du- 
rand-Ruel galleries, 1898. (1898, no. 
21295, Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 96 

Copyright by H. Ingalls Kimball, 
New York. 

Terhune (M. Virginia). See Harland 

(Marion). Alone. 
See Harland (Marion). Nemesis. 

See Harland (Marion). The hidden 

path. 



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Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Thomas (Edward B.) The law of estates 



created by will. v. 1. 
Banks & bros., 1898 
Jan. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr 
Copyright by Banks & 
York. 



New York, 

no. 5089, 
4,1898.) 97 
bros., New 



v. 2. 8°. New York, Banks & bros., 

1898. (1898. no. 13035, Feb. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 98 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 

Wegener (Thomas). Sister Anne Kath- 
arine Emmerich, of the order of St. 
Augustine. Translated from the French 
edition by Rev. Francis X. McGowan. 
12 c . New York, Benziger bros., 1898. 
(1898, no. 21983. Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 



Wilson (Eugene B.) Hydraulic and 
placer mining, lsted. 12°. New York, 
John Wiley & sons, 1898. (1898, no. 
21231, Apr/ 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 
1898.) 100 

Copyright by E. B. Wilson, Salem, 
Va. 

Winter (John Strange). The peace- 
makers. 12-. Philadelphia. J. B. Lip- 
pincott co., 1898. (1898, no. 21985, Apr. 
6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 101 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 

Young (William Henry). How to preach 
with power. Reyiseded. 12°. Athens, 
Ga., How pub. co., 1897. (1897, no. 
02645, Nov. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 102 

Copyright by W. H. Young, Athens, 
Ga. 



I. BOOJSS— (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Agreement, contract,and specification for 
electric motors and wiring for Pennsyl- 
vania globe gaslight co., Philadelphia. 
(1898, no. 21463, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by W. A. Drysdale, Phila- 
delphia. 

Aids in the study of English literature. 

Prepared by J. B. Horner. (1898, no. 

22169, Apr. '7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 

1898.) 2 

Copyright by J. B. Horner, Corvallis, 

Oreg. 

American electrical directory and buyers' 

manual, v. 6, no. 1, serial no. 21. (1898, 

no. 21293, Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 3 

Copyright by E. L. Powers, Chicago. 

Arithmetic. Rules and definitions. (1898, 

no. 21998, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

6,1898.) 4 

Copyright by Chas. Edgar Taylor, 

Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Automatic (An) investment. (1898, no. 

21465, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 5 

Copyright by New York life ins. co., 

New York. 



Beal (A . R. ) Money-weight thoughts and 
the manual of the money-weight sys- 
tem. (1898, no. 21020. Apr. 1. "2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by A. R. Beal. Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

Berkeley, Cal. (1898, no. 21802, Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 7 

Copyright by Joseph L. Scotchler, 
Berkeley, Cal. 

Blue seal coupon book. (1898, no. 22300, 
Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 12, 1898.) 8 



Copyright by Boynton 
Worcester, Mass. 



& Thayer. 



Bool's Bible cabinet. (1898, no. 22120. 
Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 9 
Copyright by AvedisM. Bool, Melrose, 
Mass. 

1 ' C ard 1 ed gers . " ( 1898, no . 22008 . A p r . 6 . 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) ^ 

Copyright by Frank E. Webner CO., 
Chicago. 

Coal and metal mining and prospecting. 

Circular of information. yl898. no. 

18670. Mar. 21. 2 copies reed Apr. 8, 

1898.) 11 

Copyright by Colliery engineer eo., 

Scranton, Pa. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Complete pocket ed. of the new primary 

election law. Prepared by H. E. Abell. 

(1898, no. 22561, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, 

Crawford co., Albany, N. Y. 

Comprehensive (A) treatise on the manu- 
facture and sale of sterling liniment, 
including formula for making and 
directions for its use. (1898, no. 19167, 
Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

13 
Copyright by Southworth bros. 
Portland, Me. 

Crapo (Phili p A. ) The science of money. 

A treatise. (1898, no. 8175, Jan. 28. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by P. A. Crapo, New 

York. 

Dickinson (Mary Lowe). Home from the 

- wars. A rhyme of thanksgiving. (1898, 

no. 20051, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

5,1898.) 15 

Copyright by Mary Lowe Dickinson, 

New York. 

Dieterich (Fred. G.) Why patents pay. 
(1898, no. 22308, Apr. 8. '2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 16 

Copyright b\ T F. G. Dieterich, Wash- \ 
ington, D. C. 

Do you want one thousand portraits"? 

(1898. no. 22130, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) ' 17 

Copyright by Moses King, New York. 

Dynamo-electric machine design. (Con- 
tinuous current.) Instruction paper. 
1st ed. (1898, no. 19730, Mar. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 18 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Empire (The) tailor system. (1898, no. 

21550, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 19 

Copyright by O. H. de Lamorton, 

New York. 

Famous (The) mercantile tailor system. j 
(1898, no. 21549. Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) # 20 

Copyright by O. H. de Lamorton, 
New York. 

* Farmer's success orchard. (1898, no. 
15311, Mar. 3. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, | 
1898.) . 21 

Copyright by B. B. Hampton, Gales- 
burg, 111. 

Few (A) valuable hints for making soups | 
from small beer. (1898, no. 21477, Apr. 
4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 22 j 

Copyright by Manfred Broberg, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Titles — Continued. 

Gallien's manual of local securities, Al- 
bany, N. Y., 1898. (1898, no. 20209, Mar. 
29. ' 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Edward J. Gallien, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 
Gentleman's (A) wardrobe. By I. Wage- 
man & sons. (1898, no. 21473, Apr. 4 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by M. B. Hilly, Chicago. 

Great men of Israel. Junior grade, 2d 

quarter. [Bible study union (or 

Blakeslee) graded lessons, v. 8, no. 2. 

Lessons 14-26.] (1898, no. 19787, Mar. 

26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 

Handbook of investment securities, 1898. 

(1898, no. 19348. Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) ' 26 

Copyright by Irwin, Ellis & Ball- 

mann, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Harper & bros. list of spring and Easter 
books. (1898, no. 13629, Feb. 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 27 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 
Hartnett (L.) Told by a photo. (1898, 
no. 21304, Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) ' 28 
Copyright by L. Hartnett, St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Hoyt (Charles H.) The songs of Hoyt's 
musical farce, — A day and a night in 
New York. (1898, no. 21790, Apr. 5, 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 29 
Copyright by C. H. Hoyt, Charles- 
town, N. H. 
Hutcheson (M. E.) The old, old story. 
Lesson 14. Jesus in the wilderness. 
(Picture lesson leaf.) (1898, no. 19370, 
Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

30 
Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Lesson 15. Jesus enters Jerusalem. 

(Picture lesson leaf.) (1898, no. 19371, 
Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

31 
Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Lesson 16. The last supper. (Picture 

lesson leaf.) (1898, no. 19372, Mar. 24. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 32 

Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Lesson 17. Jesus in the garden. 

(Picture lesson leaf.) (1898, no. 19373, 
Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.). 

33 
Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Hutcheson (M. E.) The old, old story. 
Lesson 18. Jesus in the judgment ! 
hall. (Picture lesson leaf.) (1898, no. j 
19371, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, I 
1898.) 31 

Copyright l>y Mary E. Hutcheson, j 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Lesson 19. Jesus on the cross. (Pic- 

ture lesson leaf. ) ( 1898, no. 19375, Mar. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Good Friday. (1898, no. 19376, Mar. j 

21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

The teachers' manual. An aid to the 

teaching of the old, old story of Jesus 
and his love. v. 1, no. 2. 2d quarter. 
(1898, no. 19377, Mar. 24. 2 conies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) ' 37 

Copyright by Mary E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, bhio. 

Indestructible, incombustible, insulated 

conduits. (1898, no. 20926, Apr. 1. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) ;r tzz\ C~ 38 

Copyright by Silex insulation [co., 

New York. w^II., 

Instruction book of Madam Siegle's 
French tailor system. (1898, no. 21461, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 39 
Copyright by Minnie Siegle, Phila- 
delphia. 
Instructions for making crayon portraits. 
(1898, no. 20924, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by W. F. Gorsucb, Phila- 
delphia. 
Riser's complete system of settlements 
between state and couuty auditors. 
(1898, no. 11390,* Feb. 14. 2copiesrec'd 
Feb. 26, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by W. S. Riser, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 

Lessons in the development and manage- 
ment of the voice. By Frederic W. 
Eoot. Vocal culture. Lesson no. 4. 
(1898, no. 21548, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by F. W. Root, Chicago. 

Livery, 1898. (1898, no. 21297, Apr. 2. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Rogers, Peet & co., 
New York. 

Lumberman's (The) universal rate book 

applying on lumber. Eastern ed. v. 

4,noU. Apr. 1,1898. (1898. no. 21539. 

Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) II 

Copyright by E. J. Schuster's ptg. 

co., St. Louis, Mo. 



Lumberman's (The) universal rate book 

applying on lumber. Westerned, v. 4, 

no. 4. Apr. 1, 1898. (1898, no. 21538, 

Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by E. J. Schuster's ptg. 

co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Maine disaster pictures. (1898, no. 22566, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 46 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 
Manual of foreign patents. (1898, no. 
20401, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 47 

Copyright by Edgar Tate &co., New 
Y^ork. 
Manual of instruction from the Reystone 
view co., for the use of their agents. 
(1898, no. 19974, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898. ) 48 

Copyright by Reystone view co., 
Meadville, Pa. 
Manual of instruction in sight singing. 
For the elementary schools of Philadel- 
phia. 1st year work. pt.2. (1898, no. 
14956, Mar. 3. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 49 

Copyright by Enoch AY. Pearson, 
Philadelphia, 

Means (J. F.) Trade receipt system of 

paying rebate to cash traders. (1898, 

no. 22309, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 

1898.) " 50 

Copyright by J. F. Means, Macon, Ga. 

Monthly bulletin of shoe ads and cuts. 

Third year. Apr. 1898. Bulletin no. 25. 

(1898. no. 21749, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4,1898.) 51 

Copyright by Will Phillip Hooper, 

New York. 

Morris (Edward D.) The greatness and 

the joy of preaching. (1898. no. 13384, 

Feb. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 52 

Copyright by Presbyterian board of 

pub. and S. S. work, Philadelphia. 

Mosaic (A). (1898, no. 21468. Apr. 4. 2 

typewritten copies rec'd Apr, 4. 1898.) 

53 
Copyright by William Lord Peed, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Natural sines, cosines, Tangents, and co- 
tangents. Tallies. 4th ed, [Interna- 
tional correspondence schools.] (1898, 
no. 21483. Apr. 4. 2 copies reo'd A.pr.4. 
1898.) ' 54 

Copyright by Colliery engineer oo., 
Serantou. 1'a. 
New era life ass'n constitution, laws, and 
certificateof authority. Grand Rapids, 
Mich.. 1898. ( 1898, no. 15700. Mar. 7. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by New era life ass'n. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Xew York (The) monthly law record. 

vol. 3. no. 2. February, 1898. (1898, 

no. 22571, Apr. 9. 2 copies read Apr. 9, 

1898. ) 56 

Copyright by Percival S. Menken, 

New York. 

*Our loved ones gone before. (1898, 
no. 14667. Mar. 1. 2 copies ree'd Mar. 1, 
1898.) 57 

Copyright by Mary E. Brown, Brook- 
lyn, Is ew York. 

Patten (J. A.) The cardui book. (1898, 

no. 15486. Mar. 5. 2 copies rec*d Apr. 4, 

1898.) 58 

Copyright by Chattanooga medicine 

co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Pentecost (George F.) Christian assur- 
ance. [Precious truths, v. 1, no. 3. 
Apr.. 1898.] (1898, no. 21480, Apr. 4. 2 
copies ree'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by A. D. F. Randolph co., 
Xew York. 

Phoenetic and diacritical chart of the 

sounds of the Ensrlish language. (1898, 

no. 22027, Apr. 6. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 60 

Copyright by Chas. C. Andrews, 

Seueca Falls, X. Y. 

Pitman (Benl Phonography. What it 
is and what it does. (1897, no. 69361, 
Dec. 13. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4. 1898.) 

61 
Copyright by Phonographic institute 
co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Pneumatics, gas, and petroleum. Ques- 
tion paper, lsted. [International cor- 
respondence schools.] (1898, no. 20605. 
Mar. 31. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4. 1898.) «2 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scran ton, Pa. 

Pocket (The) register of accident insur- 
ance. (1898, no. 7698. Jan. 25. 2 copies 
ree'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by Srtectator co.. Xew 
York. 

Polit\kier. (1894. no. 20953. 2 copies 
ree'd Apr. 8. 1898.) 64 

Copyright by Sigmund Slupski, De- 
troit. Mich. 

Power (The) of the pulse. (1898. no. 21835, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 65 
Copyright by B.C. Piatt. Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Proclamation (A) of faith hv works. The 

money- weight scale. (1898, no. 21019, 

Apr. 1. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 66 

Copyright by Alpha Reese Beal, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Reports of cases argued and determined 
in the circuit court of Ohio. v. 15, no. 
10. Apr. 4. 1898. (1898, no. 21474. Apr. 
4. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Reyman (K. L.)-tailor system. (1898, no. 

21551, Apr. 4. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 68 

Copyright by O. H. de Lamorton, 

Xew York. 

Robinson (J. AY.) Plan for division of 
profits in a building and loan associa- 
tion, no. 17. (1898, no. 19565, Mar. 25. 
2 copies ree'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 69 

Copyright by J. W. Robinson, Bos- 
ton. 

Rollins (Montgomery, compiler). "Mont- 
gomery " cipher code. Revised and en- 
larged'. 4th ed. (1898, no. 14945. Mar. 
3. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by M. Rollins, Boston. 

Schoolmaster to schoolmaster. Bab- 
blings entre nous. II. (1898, no. 21486, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4. 1898. 71 
Copyright hv Albert Jacob Guinder, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Sheldon. How long to expose a sensitive 
plate. (1898. no. 22026, Apr. 6. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 72 
Copyright by Seth L. Sheldon, 
Ithaca, X. Y. 

Special instructions for using viavi cerate. 

(1898. no. 16538. Mar. 11. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 4. 1898.) 73 

Copyright by Hartland and Herbert 

E.Law, San Francisco, Cal. 

Special instructions for using viavi 

liquid. (1898, no. 16537, Mar. 11. 2 

copies ree'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by Hartland and Herbert 

E. Law, San Francisco, Cal. 

Special instructions for using viavi 

tablettes. (1898, no. 16539, Mar. 11. 2 

copies ree'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 75 

Copyright by Hartland and Herbert 

E. Law. San Francisco, Cal. 

Standard blanks, records, and law books. 
13th annual catalogue. Crane <fc co., 
Topeka, Kans., 1868-98. (1898, no. 
21792, Apr. 5. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 76 

Copyright by Crane & co., Topeka, 
Kans. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Starting the girl. A study of her natural 

desires, that they may be curbed or 

developed. (1898, no. 21310, Apr. 2, 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by N. C. Fowler, jr., 

Boston. 



Steuart & co.. iron ore. (1898, no. 11953, 
Mar. 3. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 78 
Copyright by Stuart & co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Tables for 100-year bonds. (1898, no. 
6735, Jan. 20. " 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 79 

Copyright bv Charles E. Apgar, West- 
field, N. J. 
Things clerical. (1898, no. 21296, Apr. 2. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 80 

Copyright by Rogers, Peet & co., 
New York. 

Three (The) great apostles, Peter, Paul, 
and John. Junior grade, 2d quarter. 
[Bible study union graded lesson sys- 
tem, v. 8, no. 2. Lessons 14-26.] (1898. 
no. 14210, Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
8,1898.) 81 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 
"Trump." Moonlight chart, for wheel- 
men. 1898. (1898, no. 22028, Apr. 6. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 82 

Copyright by Vechteu Waring, New 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Van-Dright (D. Everett). How to live. 

(1898, no. 16083, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 8, 1898.) 83 

Copyright by D. E. Van-Dright, 

Willimantic, Conn. 

Viavi. A general lecture. (1898, no. 

16535, Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 84 

Copyright by Hartland and Herbert 

E. Law, San Francisco, Cal. 

Washington. Rand, McNally & co. 7 s 
indexed county and township pocket 
map and shipper's guide. (1898, no. 
14369, Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 85 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

Watching the Maine. (1898, no. 21469, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 86 
Copyright by JohnFuller, sr., Seneca, 
Kans. 

" X-ray on sexual weakness, impair- 
ments and diseases." (1898, no. 22002, 
Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 87 
Copyright bv Henry Halkett, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. ' 

52 select formulas for home treatment. 
(1898, no. 21472, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 88 

Copyright by Emil Roessler, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 



I.- BOOKS— (3) BOOKS, NEWSPAPER AIVD MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright Jaw, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Assassins (The) of Havana harbor. (7th 

installment.) (1898, no. 22035, Apr. 6. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York. 



Barnabas Winkle. (1898, no. 22414, Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Grit pub. co., Will- 
i am sport, Pa. 

Barr (Robert). Countess Telka. Chaps. 
1 and 2. (1898, no. 16747, Mar. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by R. Barr, London, Eng- 
land. 

Bicycles for 1898. The many accessories 

in use by wheelmen. Cyclometers and 

bells. (1898, no. 21853, Apr. 5. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 4 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 

ass'n. New York. 



Brides and bridal tours. Bab chats mer- 
rily on the wedding functions of the 
spring season. (1898, no. 22641, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Camp (W. M.) Point switches. Notes 

on track. 48. (1898; no. 201 11. Mar. 30. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, L898.) 6 

Copyright by \Y. M. Camp, Chicago. 

Chicago record's home study circle, no. 
80. Monday. Apr. 4. 1898. 1. commerce 
andlinanee. 2, commercial law. (1898, 
no. 12672, Feb. 21. 2 oopies rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 7 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago." 

Cotes (Mrs, E.) The hesitation of Miss 

Anderson. Chaps, I. 2. 3, I. 5, and 6. 

(1S98. no. 2198l>. Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 6, L898.) 8 

Copyright by Mrs. I'.verard Cotes, 

Calcutta, Ind. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Daily di gest of selected cases. [Evening- 
post. "Apr. 2, 1898.] (1898, no. 21559, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898.) 9 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 

Apr. 4, 1898.] (1898. no. 21842. Apr. 

5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 10 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 5, 1898.] [1898, no. 22033, Apr. 

6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 11 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 6, 1898.] (1898, no. 22170, Apr. 

7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 12 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 7. (1898, no. 22409, Apr. 8. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 13 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 

English (T. D.) The ballad of brave Bill 

Anthony. [World, Apr. 3, 1898.] (1898, 

no. 21557, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 14 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York, 

Fasbions of New York. Many new fea 
tures in laces, veils, and ribbons — all 
three worn in profusion. (1898, no. 
22635, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 15 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Fishel (Martha). That catacomb storv. 

(1898, no. 22643, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Freak wheels and wheels built to order. 

Some remarkable examples. (1898, no. 

22413, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 17 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 

ass'n, New York. 

Glance (A) at the lamps to be used this 

season. (1898, no. 21306, Apr. 2. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 18 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 

ass'n, New York. 

Grown old in wars. Scott and Taylor 

won victories when past three-score. 

(1898, no. 22637, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 



Guards and tigers. A string of episodes 

from the Forty-eighth Georgia's annals. 

(1898, no. 22639, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Haggard (H. Rider), London, England. 
Haggard (H. R.) Elissa; or, the doom 
of Zimbabwe. Chaps. 14 and 15. 
(1898, no. 9685, Feb. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by H. R. Haggard, Lon- 
don, England. 

Chaps. 16 and 17. (1898, no. 9685, 

Feb. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

22 
Copyright by H. R. Haggard, Lon- 
don, England. • 

Is this another Cuba? The island of 

Puerto Rico and how Spain controls its 

overtaxed people. (1898, no. 22645, Apr. 

9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Jefferson county history, chap. 136. 
(1895, no. 4418.' 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 24 

Copyright by O, F. Roessler, Jeffer- 
son, Wis. 

Late fashions from Paris. (1898, no. 

22650, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898. ) 25 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Lewis (Leon). The assassins of Havana 
harbor. (1898, no. 21843, Apr. 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 2Q 
Copyright bv Press pub. co., New 
York. 

4th installment. (1898, no. 21553, 

Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 27 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 

5th installment. (1898, no. 21554, 

Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 28 

Copyright bv Press pub. co., New 
York. 

8th installment. (1898, no. 22173, 

Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 

Lione (J. ) The loss of the Maine. Song. 

(1898, no. 19350, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) ' 30 

Copyright by John Lione, Gilson, Me. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Ti t les — C on tinned. 



Titles — Continued. 



Marchmont (A. W.) In the grip of hate. 
(1898. no. 19319, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by A. W. Marchmont, Lon- 
don, England. 

Martyn (C.) Neal Dow and his century. 

chaps. 21, 22, 23. The Maine law. 

(1898, no. 21308, Apr. 2. 2 copies re'c'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., | 

New York. 

Meade (L.T.) An intangible foe. (1898, 
no. 17979, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. ', 
9,1898.) 33 

Copyright by L. T. Meade, London, ■ 
England. 

Men (The) who fight for King Alfonso— 

a glance at the troops of Spain and 

her colonies. (1898, no. 22636, Apr. 9. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Mothers' (The) congress. Enthusiasm 
among the women of America over the 
approaching convention to be held in 
Washington. (1898, no. 22640, Apr. 9. j 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by American press ass'n, ! 
New York. 

Mrs. McKinley at work. How the wife 
of the President knits and crochets. 
(1898, no. 22649, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd I 
Apr. 9, 1898.) ' 36 | 

Copyright by American press ass'n, J 
New York. 

Mvstery (The) of Prince Wong's lioness, j 
(1898, no. 22629, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd i 
Apr. 9, 1898.) ' 37 

Copyright by William Murray Gray- 
don, London, England. 

National doom. Thoughts about Spain. 

By Nemo. (1898, no. 21854, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 38 

Copyright bv Dawe & Tabor, New 

York. 

"Offener (The) Schreibebrief des Phil- 
ipp Sauerampfer." no. 222. (1898, no. 
21560, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 39 

Copyright by German press and plate 
co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Our navy far stronger than Spain's. The 
navies of the whole world at a glance. 
(1898, no. 22175, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 

40 



Apr. 7, 1898.) 
Copyright 
York. 



by Feature press, New 



Peace (The) of the nations. [Sunday 

journal. Apr. 3, 1898.] (1898, no. 21809, 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by C. C. Packard, Toledo, 

Ohio. 

Pemberton (Max). The man from Rome. 

A novel. (1898, no. 19327, Mar. 24. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by M. Pemberton, London, 

England. 

Pierce (E.M.) The steam-engine indi- 
cator and how to use it. Chap. 4. [The 
practical engineer, v. 2, no. 3.] (1898, 
no. 22136, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 
1898.) 43 

Copyright by L. L. Rice, Philadel- 
phia. 

Railroads in war time. Transporting 

torpedo boats and big guns by rail. 

(1898, no. 22646, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) ' 44 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Ready for war. (Kansas City star, Apr. 
5,1898.) (1898, no. 22172, Apr. 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 45 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Realm (The) of tranquillity. A poet's 
plan for living above life's trouble. 
By Newell Dwight Hillis. (1898, no. 
22034, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 46 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 

Remarkable (The) capture of the Somali- 
land giraffe. (1898, no. 22630, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by William Murray Gray- 
don, London, England. 

Shedding of blood; without it there is 

no remission, according to Scripture. 

(1898, no. 22642, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 

New York. 

Spain's coast torpedo sown. Desperate 
preparations to meet our dying squad- 
ron. By W. Nephew King. (1898, no. 
22634, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 
1898.) 49 

Copyright by AY. X. King. New York. 

Special Berlin cable letter. Apr. 2, 1898. 

(1898, no. 21810, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 50 

Copyright by associated press, New 

York. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Special London cable letter. Apr. 2, 1898. 

(For Saturday afternoon papers. ) (1898. 

no. 21838, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898.) " 51 

Copyright by associated press ; New 

York. 

(For Sunday papers.) (1898, no. 

21839, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 52 

Copyright by associated press, New 
York. 

Stage (The) in Gotham. Arthur Crispin's 

notes and comments on theatrical 

affairs. (1898, no. 22648, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 53 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Success as an inventor. (1898, no. 19807, 
Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 51 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New i 
York. 

There are harems in Havana. Young 

girls kept in slavery by Spanish army 

officers. (1898, no." 22647, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York." 

To succeed as a minister. By Rev. Dr. 

John Hall. (1898, no. 21855, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Mar. 31, 1898.) (1898, no. 21556, 

Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 
star, Apr. 1, 1898. ) (1898, no. 21555. Apr. 

4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 58 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

(Apr. 2, 1898. ) (1898, no. 21841, Apr. 

5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 898.) 59 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 



(Apr. 4, 1898. ) (1898, no. 22171. Apr. 

7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 60 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

(Apr. 5, 1898. ) (1898, no. 22410, Apr. 

8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 61 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

(Apr. 6, 1898.) (1898, no. 22651, Apr. 

9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 62 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Ward's Mexican tour of 1898. (1898, no. 

21552, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 63 

Copyright by V. C. Ward, Columbus, 

Ohio. 

War's darker side. Yalor thrown away 

by blunders and bad leadership. (1898, 

no. 22638, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) " 64 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Almost a baroness. An original comedy- 
drama in 4 acts. (1898, no. 15732, Mar. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Bruno Eyferth, Duluth, 
Minn. 

At 122. A melodrama in 4 acts and 8 
scenes. By Paul Woodworth Hyde 
and Wm. Anderson Woods. (1898, no. 
10494, Feb. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 2 

Copyright by P. W. Hyde and W. A. 
Woods, Pittsburg, Pa. 



Beach (The) of life; or, in a cottage 
by the sea. A domestic drama. By 
Thomas Washington Wharmby. (1898, 
no. 8069. Jan. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 3 

Copyright by T. W. Wharmby, New 
York. 

Executed on circumstantial evidence. 

In 4 acts. By T. W. Jury. (1898, no. 

12721, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 

1898.) 4 

Copyright by T. W. Jury, Newark, 

N.J. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



"Gilhooley's dream/' Three-act farce 
comedy/ [New edition.] (1898, no. 
6407, Jan. 18. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 

5 
Copyright by W. T. Wynn, Danville, 
Va, 

Klondike (The); or, the experience of a 
winter iu the Klondike. A play. By 
W. S. Mitchell. (1898, uo. 15313, Mar. 3. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by VV. S. Mitchell, Van- 
couver, B. C.j Canada. 

Loyal (The) heart of 1861. A military 

drama. By W. Hector Gale. (1898, 

no. 6558, Jan. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

5, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by W. H. Gale, Oneida, 

N.Y. 

Miss Borough of Brooklyn. An original 

burlesque in 2 acts. By John Saun- 

ders. (1898, no. 22142, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by J. Saunders, New 

York. 



Musician's (The) sweetheart. A curtain 
raiser. By A. S. Richardson. (1898, 
no. 22316, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 9 

Copyright by A. S. Richardson, Coun- 
cil Bluffs, Iowa. 

'Twixt love and loyalty. Historical 
drama in 1 act. (1898, no. 1898, Jan. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by F. W. Norcross, Phila- 
delphia. 

Under both flags. Romantic drama in 
4 acts. By John Wetzlau. (1898, no. 
14764, Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 11 

Copyright bv Emil Wetzlau, Belle- 
ville, 111. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. Apr. 4, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by New England rwy pub. 
co., Boston. 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. 
Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 2 
Copyright by Frank Reeder, sec'y of 
the state of Pa. 

Adventure weekly. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Advertising experience. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by Irving G. McColl, Ch£ 
cago. 

American agriculturist. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Orange Judd co.. New 
York. 

American architect and building news. 
Apr. 2,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 6 
Copyright by American architect 
and building news co., Boston. 

American ecclesiastical review. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by American ecclesias- 
tical review co., New York. 



American florist. Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd. 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 



American historical review. Apr. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 
Copyright by Macmillan co. 
York. 



1898. 

9 

New 



American investments and financial 
opinions. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4. 
1898.) 10 

Copyright by Niagara pub. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

American monthly. Apr., 1898. (Reed 

Apr. 6, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by National society of the 

daughters* of the Am. revoPn, 

Washington city. 

Annals of gynaecology and psediatry. 
Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, L898, ) 12 
Copyright by Ernest W. Cashing, 
Boston. 



Annals of surgery. 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 
Copyright by 
Philadelphia, 



Apr.. 1898. (Rec'd 

IS 

J, B, Lippinoott co., 



20 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. Apr.., 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by E. & H. T. Anthony & 
co v New York. 

Art education. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by J. C. Witter & co., 
New York. 

Arthur's magazine for the home. Apr., 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Wm. Paulding Caruth- 
ers, New York. 

Atlantic reporter. Mar. 30, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Ave Maria. Apr. 9, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 18 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

Babyhood. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 19 

Copyright by Babyhood pub. co., 
New York. 

Banking law journal. Mar., 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by T. B. Paton, New York. 

Banner of gold. Mar. 26, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Banner of gold pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Baptist union. Apr. 2, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) 22 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 

Bon ton. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

23 
Copyright by S. T. Taylor co., New 
York. 



Boston daily globe, Apr. 2, 1898. 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 

Apr. 4, 1898. 

Apr. 5, 1898. 

Apr. 6. 1898. 

Apr. 7, 1898. 

Apr. 8, 1898 



(Eec'd 
24 

(Eec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 25 
(Eec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 26 
(Eec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 27 
(Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 28 
(Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 29 



Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston Sunday globe. Apr. 3, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston Sunday post. Apr. 3, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by Post pub. co., Boston. 

Bradstreet's. Apr. 9, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 32 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Brick. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

33 
Copyright by 'Windsor & Kenneld 
pub. co., Chicago. 

Buffalo medical journal. Apr., 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by William Warren Potter,, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Cadenza. Mar.-Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
7,1898.) 35 

Copyright by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 
Partee co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Carpentry and building. Apr., 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by David Williams co., 
New York. 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. Apr. 
1, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by Eeview pub. co., New 
York. 

Catholic news. Apr. 2, 1898. (Eec'd Apr 
4,1898.) 38 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

39 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

40 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 

Catholic reading circle review. Mar., 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 41 

Copyright by Warren E. Mosher, 
Youngstown, Ohio. 

Central law journal. Apr. 1, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by Central law journal co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Charities review. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Charities review, New 
York. 

Christian endeavor world. Apr. 7, 1898. 

(Eec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 

Christian herald. Apr. 6, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 

Church. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

46 
Copyright by Church pub. co., 
Boston. 

Church economist. Mar. 31, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 47 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

48 
Copyright by Church economist pub. 
co., New York. 



21 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Church union. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 49 

Copyright by Church union co., New 
York. 

Clothier and furnisher. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 50 

Copyright by Geo. N. Lowrey co., 
New York. 

Club woman. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) 51 

Copyright by Club woman, Boston. 

Collier's weekly. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 

Comfort. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 53 

Copyright by Gannett & Morse con- 
cern, Augusta, Me. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. 
Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 54 
Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 

Criterion. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 55 

Copyright by G. L. Davidson, New 
York. 

Critic. Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

56 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

57 
Copyright by Critic co., New York. 

Cuba y America. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 58 

Copyright bv Manuel Montero, New 
York. 

Cycling gazette. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Daily racing form, Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 60 

Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

61 

(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

62 

(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

63 

(Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

64 

(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

65 

Copyright by Frank H. Brunell, Chi- 
cago. 

De Lestry's western magazine. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 66 

Copyright by Louis De Lestry, St. 
Paul, Mi nu. 



Apr. 3-4, 1898 

Apr. 5, 1898. 

Apr. 6, 1898. 

Apr. 7, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Delaware workman. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by W. Costa, Newcastle, 
Del. 

Diamond Dick, jr. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 68 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Dietetic and hygienic gazette. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 69 

Copyright by Gazette pub. co., New 
York. 

Digest of physical tests and laboratory 

practice. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 70 

Copyright by Frederick A. Riehl6, 

Philadelphia. 

Donahoe's magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by Donahoe's magazine 
co., Boston. 

Dry goods economist. Apr. 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York. 

Eclectic medical journal. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by Scudder bros. co., Cin- 
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Electrical engineer. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
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Electrical review. Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr, 7, 1898.) 75 

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Electrical world. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 76 

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Engineering record. Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 77 

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Engineers' club of Philadelphia. (Pro- 
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1898.) 78 

Copyright by Engineers' club. Phila- 
delphia. 

Engineers' list. Apr.. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 79 

Copyright by Geo. I. Roberts A bros.. 
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Etude. Apr.. 1898. (.Reek Ajpr. 6, 3898^ 

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Evening telegram, Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4,1898.) 81 

Apr. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 82 

Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 83 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 84 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 85 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 86 

Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 87 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

Everywhere. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 88 

Copyright by Will Carleton, Brook- 
lyn, New York. 

Examiner. Apr. 7. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 89 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 

Examiner Sunday magazine. Feb. 6, 

1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 90 

Feb. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

91 
Feb. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

92 
Mar. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

93 
Mar. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

94 
Mar. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

95 
Mar. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

96 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Family story paper. Apr. 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 97 

Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

98 
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New York. 



Farm and Home. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Farm machinery. Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 100 

Copyright by Midland pub. co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Farmer. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) ' 101 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
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Federal reporter. Mar. 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 102 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

103 
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Minn. 



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Fireside companion. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 104 

Copyright by George Munro's sons, 
New York. 

Forest and stream. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898. ) 105 

Copyright by Forest and stream pub. 
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Forum. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

106 
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York. 

Frank Reade librarv. Apr. 15, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Golden hours. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
4,1-98.) 108 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

109 
Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 

Great round world. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 110 

Copyright by William Beverley Har- 
rison, New York. 

Green bag. Apr. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) - 111 

Copyright by Boston book co., Bos- 
ton. 

Green Bay news. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by Fen ton & Fox, Green 
Bay, Wis. 

Grocers' regulator. Mar. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 113 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

114 
Copyright by Reid, Murdoch & co., 
Chicago. 

Half holiday. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
8, 1898.) 115 

Copyright by Howard Ainslee & co., 
New York." 

Happy days. Apr. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) 116 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
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Harper's bazar. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 117 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Harper's weekly. Apr. 9.1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 118 

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Titles — Continued. 



Home magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Commercial travelers' 
home ass'n, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Horseman. Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 120 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 

Ice and refrigeration. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 121 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 

Illustrated american. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 122 

Copyright by Lorillard Spencer, New 
York. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Apr. 3, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 123 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
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Illustrated police news. Apr. 9, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 124 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 

Inland printer. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

4,1898.) 125 

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Interstate commerce reports. Mar. 8, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 126 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 
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Jewelers' circular. Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 127 

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Jewelers' weekly. Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) 128 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., 
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Jewish comment. Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 129 

Copyright by "The publishers," Bal- 
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Journal of American folk lore. Jan.- 
Mar, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 130 
Copyright by American folk lore so- 
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Journal of school geograpbv. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 131 

Copyright by Richard E. Dodge, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 

Journal of the American medical associa- 
tion. Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 132 

Copyright by American medical 
ass'n, Chicago. 



Judge. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 133 

Copyright by Judge pub. co., New 
York. 
Keystone. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 134 

Copyright by B. Thorpe, Philadel- 
phia. 
Kindergarten review. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 135 

Copyright by Milton Bradley co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

Landwirthschaftliche beilage. Apr. 6, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) L 136 

Copyright by Westliche post ass'n, 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Lawyers' reports annotated. Apr. 1, 
(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 
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Legal intelligencer. Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 138 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 

Leslie's weekly. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 139 

Copyright bv Ark ell pub. co., New 
York. 

Life. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

140 
Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, New 
York. 

Life insurance courant. Apr. 7, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 141 

Copyright by A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 

Park, 111. 

Little folks. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 

1898.) 142 

Copyright by S. E. Cassino, Boston. 

McCall's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 143 

Copyright by McCall co.. New York. 

Mackey ABC guide. Apr. 9, 1898. 
Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 144 

Copyright by ABC guide co.. New 
York. 
Marine engineering. Apr., 1898. (Reo'dl 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 145 

Copyright bv Marino pub. co.. New 
York. 
Hertford, light. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) L46 

Copyright by George S. Delano. 

Medicalnews. Apr, 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr, 
4,1898.) 147 

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Titles — Continued. 



Medical record. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 149 

Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., New 
York. 

Medicine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 150 

Copyright by William M. Warren, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Meehan's monthly. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 151 

Copyright by Thomas Meehan & 
sons, Philadelphia. 

Men and matters. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 152 

Copyright by Men and matters, Kew 
Orleans, La, 

Mercantile adjuster. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 153 

Copyright by Mercantile adjuster 
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Merck's report. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 154 

Copyright by Merck &. co., New 
York. 

Metaphysical magazine. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 155 

Copyright by Metaphysical pub. co., 
New York. 

Midland mouthly. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 156 

Copyright by Johnson Brigham, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 

Monthly review. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 157 

Copyright by Sharp &. Alleinan co., 
Philadelphia. 

Morse & Rogers' money saver. Apr.. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 158 

Copyright by Morse & Rogers, New 
York. 

Musical age. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
8,1898.) 159 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 

National engineer. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 160 

Copyright by James T. Edwards, 
Chicago. 

National nurseryman. Apr.. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 161 

Copyright by National nurseryman 
pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

National reserve. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 162 

Copyright by National reserve pub. 
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New century. Apr. 2. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
7,1898.) 163 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tmgley, 
New York. 

New crusade. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
7,1898.) 164 

Copyright by Wood-Allen pub. co., 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

New England homestead. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 165 

Copyright by Orange Judd co,, 
Springfield, Mass. 

New England master-builder. Apr. 2, 

1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 166 

Copyright by H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

New York clipper. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 167 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 

New York herald, Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 168 

Apr. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

169 

Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

170 

(Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

171 

(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

172 

(Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

173 

(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

174 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

New York journal, Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 175 

Apr. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

176 

Apr. 4. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

177 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

178 

(Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

179 

(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

180 

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181 

(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

182 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 

New York ledger. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 6, 1898. ) 183 

Copyright by Robert Bonner's sons, 

New York." 

New York medical journal. Apr. 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 184 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 



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Apr. 6, 1898 

Apr. 7, 1898. 

Apr. 8, 1898. 



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New York state reports and session laws. 
Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 185 
Copyright by Banks & bros., and 
James B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

New York supplement and state reporter. 
Mar. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 186 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

New York times, Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 187 

Apr. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

188 
Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

189 
Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

190 
Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

191 
Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

192 
Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

193 
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New York times weekly. Apr. 3, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 194 

Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 

New Yorker abendblatt. Apr. 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 195 

Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 196 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 197 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 198 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 199 

Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 200 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Apr. 3, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 201 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, Apr. 4, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 202 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 203 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 204 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 205 

Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 206 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 207 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 208 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

Nick Carter weekly. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 209 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 



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Nickell. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

210 
Copyright by the Nickell magazine, 
Boston. 

Northeastern reporter. Apr. 1. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 211 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Northwestern reporter. Apr. 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 212 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Official railway equipment register. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 213 

Copyright by Railway equipment and 
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Ohio legal news. Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 214 

Copyright by Laning printing co., 
Norwalk, Ohio. 

Old Cap Collier library, Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4. 1898.) 215 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

216 
Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 

Osprey. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

217 
Copyright by Osprey co., Galesburg, 
111. 

Our productions. Apr. 2. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 218 

Copyright by Am. pub. and eng. co.. 
New York. 

Our young people. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 219 

Copyright by Young people co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Outdoor life. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6. 
1898.) 220 

Copyright by Outdoor life pub. co., 
Denver, Colo. 

Outlook. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr, 7. 
1898.) 221 

Copyright by Outlook co.. New 
York. 

Overland monthly. Mar.. 98. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898. ) 228 

Copyright by Overland monthly pub. 
co., San Francisco, CaL 

Pacific reporter. Mar. 31. 1898. (Reo'4 
Apr. 5. 1898.) 223 

Copyright by West pub. co.. St. Paul. 
Minn. 

Pennsylvania count v court reports. A pi \ 
2, L898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 
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1898. 



People. 

1898.) 

Copyright by C. G. 
falo, N. Y. 



(Eec'd Apr. 4, 

225 

Harger, jr., Buf- 



People's railway guide. Apr. 1, 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 226 

Copyright bv C. S. Pease, Albany, N. 
Y. 
Philadelphia inquirer, Apr 

(Eec'd Apr. 4, 18980 
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227 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

228 
Apr. 5, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

229 
Apr. 6, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

230 
Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

231 
Apr. 8, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

232 
Apr. 9, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

233 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia medical journal. Apr. 9, 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 234 

Copyright by Philadelphia medical 
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Philosopher. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 5, j 
1898.) 235 | 

Copyright by Van Yechten & Ellis, 
Wausau, Wis. 

Phonographic news and teacher. Apr. 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 236 

Copyright by James E. Munson, New 
York. 

Pigeon dying. Apr.. 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) 237 

Copyright by Chas. H. Jones, Phila- 
delphia. 

Pittsburg times, Apr. 2, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) 238 

Apr. 4, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 239 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 240 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 241 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 242 

Apr. '8, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 243 

Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
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Poet lore. Apr., May, June, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) 244 

Copyright by Poet lore co., Boston. 

Popular educator. April, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 245 

Copyright by Educational pub. co., 
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Power. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

246 
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Progress. Mar., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

247 
Copyright by University ass'n, Chi- 
cago. 

Puck. Apr. 13, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

248 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
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Puck's library. " Pedal pushers." May, 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 249 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Eand-McNally central railway guide. 
Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 250 
Copyright by American railway 
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Rand-McNally official railway guide. 
Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 251 
Copyright by American railway 
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Eand-McNally western railway guide, 
Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 252 
Copyright by American railway 
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Eeliable poultry journal. Apr., 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 253 

Copyright by Eeliable poultry jour- 
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Eider and driver. Apr. 9, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 254 

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Eoyal arcanum messenger. Apr. 

(Eec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 255 

Copyright by J. H. Bosworth, Phila- 
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Eussell's convention dates. Apr. 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 256 

Copyright by Hamlin Russell, New- 
ark, N. J. 

Sanitarian. Apr., 1898. (Rec ; d Apr. 4, 
1898. ) 257 

Copyright by Dr. A. N. Bell, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Sartorial art journal. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 258 

Copyright by Jno. J. Mitchell co., 
New York. 

Saturday evening post. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 259 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 

School and home. Apr. 5. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 260 

Copyright by Wm, L. Thomas, St. 
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Scientific American. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 8, 1898.) 261 

Copyright by Mimn & co., New York. 

Scroll. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

262 
Copyright by C. H. Simmons, 
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Southeastern reporter. Mar. 29, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 1,1898.) 263 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern hope. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 264 

Copyright by E. R. Oilman, Bedford 
City, Va. 

Southern reporter. Mar. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 265 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southwestern reporter. Mar. 28, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 266 

Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 267 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
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Standard. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 268 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
York. 

Stenographer. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 269 

Copyright by Stenographer ptg. and 
pub. co., Philadelphia. 

Stone. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

270 
Copyright by D. H. Rauck pub. co.^ 
Chicago. 

Street railway journal. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 271 

Copyright by Street railway pub. co., 
New York. 

Success with flowers. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898. ) 272 

Copyright by Dingee & Conard co., 
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Sun, Apr. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 273 

Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 274 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 275 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 276 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 277 

Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 278 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 279 

Copyright by Sun ptg. and pub. ass'n, 
New York. 

Sunday magazine. Apr. 3, 1898. ( Kec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 280 

Copyright by Ervin Wardman, New 
York. 



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Sunday school times. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr.' 7, 1898.) 281 

Copyright by John D. Wattles & co., 
Philadelphia. 

Sunday school world. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 282 

Copyright by American Sunday 
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Superintendent and foreman. Apr. 5, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 283 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
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Supreme court reporter. Mar. 28, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 284 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Svenska Americanska posten. Mar. 29, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 285 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8,1898.) 286 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Teachers' institute. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 287 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 

Texas magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 288 

Copyright by William C. Scarff, Dal- 
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Tip top weekly. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 289 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Tobacco. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 290 

Copyright by T. H. Delano pub. co., 
New York. 

Town topics. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
7,1898.) 291 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 

Travelers' and shippers' directory, Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 292 

Copyright by Denborn co.. Chicago, 

Travelers' official railway guide. Apr.. 

1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 

Copyright by National railway pub. 
co., New York. 

Travelers' ready-reference Appleton's 

guide. Apr.. L898. (Keo'd Apr. t. L898.) 

294 

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Truth. Apr.13, 1898. (Rec'd \pr. S, 

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United States courts of appeals reports. 
Apr. 1,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 296 
Copyright "by Banks & bros., New 
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Universal brotherhood. Apr. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 297 

Copyright by Universal brotherhood, 
New York. 

Vanitv fair. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 298 

' Copyright by Blakely Hall, New 
York. 

Viavi cause. Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 299 

Copyright by H. & H. E. Law, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Vogue. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

300 
Copvright by Fashion co., New 
York. 



Voice of masonry. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 301 

Copyright by John W. Brown, Chi- 
cago. 

Werner's magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 302 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, New 
York. 

Woman's home companion. Apr.. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 303 

Copyright by Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 
patrick, Springfield, Ohio. 

Wool record. Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
6,1898.) 304 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 
New York. 



Apr. 3, 1898. 
311 



Titles — Continued. 

World, Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 

305 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

306 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

• 307 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

308 

Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

309 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

310 
World (Comic weekly). 

(Rec'd Apr. 4,1898.) 

World (Sunday). Apr. 3, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 312 

World's Sunday magazine. Apr. 3, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 4,^1898.) 313 

World (Woman's). Apr. 3, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 314 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York. 

Young glory. Apr. 8. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
6,1898.) 315 

Copyright bv Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Young people's lesson quarterly. Apr., 
May, June, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

316 
Copyright by Laura D. Young, Ak- 
ron, Ohio. 

Young people's weekly. Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) * 317 

Copyright bv David C. Cook pub. co., 
Eigin, 111. * 

Youth's companion. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 318 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



* Albion march. Two-step. ByDeVern 
Williams. 2 mandolins and guitar. 
Cleveland, Ohio, F. O. Gutman. (1898, 
no. 13914, Feb. 26. 1 copy rec'd Feb. 26, 
1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 1 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Alone. Reverie. By R. K. Carter. Re- 
newal, [n, i.] (1898, no. 22389, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by R. K. Carter, IT. S. 



Andante religiose Organ. J. W. Ler- 

man, [n. i.] (1898, no. 21899, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright by Geo. Molineaux, New 

York. 



'Angel of my dreams. Song and chorus. 
ByW. S.Hays. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 22371, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

■ 5,1898.) ' 4 

Copyright by W. S. Hays, U. S. 



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Titles— Continued. 

* Angels! Angels! By J. H. Fillmore. 

no. 10. [Easter day.] Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 12892, Feb. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898. ) 5 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

* Approach of dawn. Coming of Mary. 

By J. H. Fillmore, no. 6. [Easter day.] 
Cincinnati, Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898, 
no. 12895, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
21,1898.) 6 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Arioso unci fugato. Pour l'orgue. Von 
Ludwig Boslet. op. 14. Leipzig, Rob. 
Forberg. [Drei orgelcompositionen.] 
(1898, no. 21763, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Around the camp-fire's glow. Song and 
refrain. Composed by Helena Bing- i 
ham. Harvard, 111., H. Bingham. 
(1898, no. 21507, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by H. Bingham, Harvard, 
111. 

Around the tomb here sit we weeping. 
From Passion music. By Bach. JEo- 
lian arrangement, no. 50143, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 18072, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by yEolian co., Meriden, 
Conn. 

*Ashford's organ voluntaries. A collec- 
tion of preludes, offertories, and post- 
ludes for pipe and reed organs. Edited j 
by Emma L. Ashford. Dayton, Ohio, i 
Lorenz & co. (1898, no. 11979, Feb. 16. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 10 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Aubade. no. 4. (Six morceaux faciles.) 
Viola and piano. By Basil Althaus. 
["Edition Chanot," 933.] London, 
Frederick W. Chanot. (1898, no. 
21755, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 11 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 

Auf dem vierwaldstatter see. Fur pia- 
noforte. Von Francois Behr. Leip- 
zig, Germany, Gebriider Hug &, co. 
(1898, no. 22100, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by Gebriider Hug & co.,» 
Leipzig, Germany. 



Titles— Continued. 

Aus alien zonen. Mannerchor mit or- 
cbester. Von Arnold Krug. op. 76, no. 
1. Morgengesang im kriege. (Chorus 
parts and orchestra parts.) Leipzig, 
F. E. C. Leuckart. (1898, no. 22108, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7. 1898. ) 13 

Copyright by F. E. C. Leuckart, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Bacchanalian march. By Frank A. Hall. 
[For piano.] Galveston, Thos. Goggan 
& bro. (1898, no. 23652, Apr. 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 14 
Copyright by T. Goggan & bro., 
Galveston, Tex. 

Bataille. fitude de concert. Par L. M. 
Gottschalk. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 22369, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 15 

Copyright by Heirs of L. M. Gott- 
schalk, U. S. 

Be on your guard, boys. Written by Al- 
bert E. Ellis. Composed by Thos. M. F. 
O'Dell. London, Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. (1898, no. 23201, Apr. 12. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Francis, Day, & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

Beautiful Acapulca. Words and melody 
by John J. Hagan. Arranged by Frank 
D. Cure. Philadelphia, Bazaar of the 
muses. (1898, no. 19829, Mar. 26. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 17 
Copyright by Peter F. Hagan, Phila- 
delphia. 

Beautiful girls. Written by Charles Os- 
borne. Composed by JamesFawn. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 
23204, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 
1898.) 18 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

Beautiful (The) hills,. Song and chorus. 

By J. G. Clark. Renewal, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 22374, Apr. 8. 2 copi. s ree'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by J. G. Clark, V. 8. 

Beautiful raiment. Words by Harriot K. 

Jones. Music by J. H. Entwiste, [n, i. ] 

(1898, no. 2U567. Apr. 4. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) 20 

Copyright toy E. 8. Lore&z, Dayton. 

Ohio. 

Bell (The) coos a-ringing tor Sarah. Bj 

0. Kinkel. Renewal, 1 n. i. ] (1898, no. 

22345, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898 .) 21 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, V. 8. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Bell of Atlantic City. March and two- 
step. Composed by Walter I. Oppen- 
heimer. New York, Hitchcock pub. co. 
(1897. no. 73493. Dec. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1893.) 22 

Copyright by Hitchcock pub. co.. 
New York. 
Berceuse. (Cradle song.) DeL.M. Gott- 
schalk. op. 47. Arranges pour chant 
avec acconipagnement de piano. Par 
Lucien Lambert. Poesie de Ed. Gui- 
naud. Paris, France, A. Noel. (1898, 
no. 22277, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 23 

Copyright by A. Noel, Paris, France. 

Black (The) sheep's friend. Song and 
chorus. Words by J. H. Carson. Mu- 
sic by Isaac Doles. Indianapolis. Ind.. 
Isaac Doles. (1898, no. 22015, Apr. 6'. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 24 

Copyright bv I. Doles. Indianapolis, 
Ind. 
*Blinde (Der) Konig. (Yon L. Uhland.) 
Fiir eine singstirame, init clavierbe- 
gleitung, von Heinrich von Herzogen- 
berg. op. 100. Balladen fiir eine 
mittlere stimme, band 1. Leipzig, J. 
Eieter-Biedermann. [Balladen und ro- 
manzen. no. 3.] (1898. no. 9174, Feb. 2. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Bowery (The) bantam's ball. Comic 
song. Words bf Karl Kennett. Music 
by J. A. Bennett. New York, Howler, 
Haviland & co. (1898. no. 21706, Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Bride-elect (The) march. Sousa. no. 

2193, (n. i . ) ( 1898, no. 21821, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

Brunswick waltz. Composed by Irwin 
W. Blake. Chicago, Thompson music 
co. (1898, no. 20695, Mar. 31. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 
But that's another story. By W. P. Keen. 
Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 22280, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by C. Sheard & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Butterfly mazurka. For 1st and 2d man- 
dolin and guitar. By Eugene T. Tur- 
ney. Chicago, Eugene T. Turnev. 
(1898, no. 21516, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec^d 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by E. T. Turney, Chicago. 



Caliph of Bagdad. Opera set for 4 

hands. Bv E. Mack. Renewal, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 22361, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by Mrs. E. Mack, U. S. 

Canary schottische. For 6 hands. Com- 
posed by J. Becht. (C. Kinkel.) Ar- 
ranged by Win, Dressier. Renewal, 
[n. i.] (1898. no. 22354, Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 32 
Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Can't use vou now. Words and music 
by G. Evans. Boston. G. W. Setchell. 
(1898. no. 22593, Apr. 9 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by G. W. Setchell, Bos- 
ton. 

Canzonetta pour violon, avec accompa- 
guement de quintette ou piano. Par A. 
d'Ambrosio. op. 6. Partition et parties. 
Nice. Fiance, Paul Decourcelle. (1898, 
no. 22275, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 34 

Copyright by P. Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Capricieuse (La). Caprice pour piano. 
Par Charles Godard. op. 126. Leip- 
zig, Otto Forberg. (1898, no. 21762, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 35 

Copyright by O. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Cardinal (The) march. By Fred S. Stone. 
[For piano.] Detroit, Mich., Cadillac 
music co. (1898, no. 18291, Mar. 18. 2 
copiesrec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by Cadillac music co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Caroline from South Carolina. Words 
and music by Chas. A. Burke. New 
York, Howley, Haviland & co. (1898, 
no. 22684, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 37 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Cavalry drill march. Composed by Gertie 

Hutchesou. St. Louis, Mo., Hutcheson 

bros. (1898, no. 22152. Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by G. Hutcheson, St. 

Louis, Mo. 

Charity began at home. Song and cho- 
rus. Words by Billy Johnson. Music 
by Bob Cole. New York, Howley, Havi- 
land & co. (1898, no. 22685, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 39 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co.. New York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Charming Lou. Song. Words and music 
composed by Alma L. B. Hogg. Charles- 
town, Mass., Clarence B.Hogg. (1898, 
no. 21508, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 40 

Copyright by C. B. Hogg. Charles- 
town, Mass. 

* Christ is risen. By J. H. Fillmore, no. 

12. [Easter day.] Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 12891, Feb. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Chromatic fantasie and fugue. Bach. 

iEolian arrangement, no. 10383, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 8585, Jan. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898. ) 42 

Copyright by JEolian co., Meriden, 

Conn. 

Cinnamon rose polka. For 6 hands. 
Composed by C. Kinkel. Arranged by 
Wm, Dressier. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 22351, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 43 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Columbia's dead. Song and chorus. 
Poetry by A. Herbert. Music by J. G. 
Clark. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
22333, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 44 

Copyright by J. G. Clark. 

Columbine waltz. By Addie P. Foreman, 

[n.i.] (1898, no. 22146, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 23, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by A. P. Foreman, Detroit, 

Mich. 

* Come, see the place where the Lord lay. 

By Finley Lyon. [The King trium- 
phant.] no. 8, Cincinnati, Ohio, Fill- 
more bros. (1898, no. 12887, Feb. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 46 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Coming (The) step. Marche sentimentale. 
For 6 hands. Composed by J. S. 
Miiller. (C. Kinkel.) Arranged by 
Wm. Dressier. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 22350, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 47 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

* Commodore (The) march. By E. F. 

Dillebar. For 2 mandolins and guitar. 
Cleveland, Ohio, F. O. Gutman. (1898, 
no. 13909, Feb. 26. 1 copy rec'd Feb. 
26, 1898; 1 copy, Apr. 4, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 



Titles — Continued. 

Conservatory waltz. For the piano. By 
R. Goldbeck. Renewal. Cleveland, 
Ohio, S. Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 
22453, Apr. 8. 2 conies rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 49 

Copyright by R. Goldbeck, United 
States. 

Coon-jine. By A. S. Josselyn and Fred 
Mack. For piano, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
22581, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 50 

Copyright by Fred. Mack, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Cornflower waltzes. (Budget of music.) 
Arranged for violin and piano. By S. 
Winner. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
22380, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 51 

Copyright by S. Winner, U. S. 

* Croon, croon, underneat' de moon. (A 
southern love song.) Words by M. F. 
Music by G. Howard, London, Stanley 
Lucas & co., ltd. (1898, no. 20582. Mar. 
31. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898.) 52 
Copyright by E. Hatzfeld, London. 

Danse Rococo. For pianoforte solo. By 
S. Translateur. Leipzig, Germany, 
Bosworth & co. (1898, no. 22109, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 53 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Lon- 
don. 

Dear (The) old Tombigbee. By Hub T. 

Smith. Washington, D. C, Herndon- 

Morsell. (1898, no. 22193, Apr. 7. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by Herndon-M orse 1 1 . 

Washington, D. C. 

Delecta. Fantasia for B-llat cornet, bar- 
itone, trombone, or B-rlat clarinet. By 
T. H. Rollinson. [Military band.] [n.i.] 
(1898, no. 22211, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 

Copyright by O.Ditson co.. Boston. 

Fantasia for clarinet, cornet, or bar- 
itone. By T. H. Rollinson. [Orchestra.] 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 22210. Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) ~" ; 
Copyright by O. Ditson co.. Boston. 

Delft (A) fancy. Words by L. C. Pitcher. 
Music bv 1. S. Slater, [n. i. ] (1898,no. 
21510, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) :,T 

Copyright by 1. S, Slater, V. S. 

Derby (The) march and two-step. Com- 
posed by Leo Friedman. [For piano.] 
Chicago, Sol Bloom. (1898, no. 20119, 

.Mar. 38. 2 copies rec'd Apr.: 1 18 8, 58 
Copyright by Sid Bloom, Chic 



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Titles — Continued. 

Dernier amour. Etude de concert. Par 
L. M. Gottschalk. Eenewal, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 22368, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Heirs of L. M. Gott- 
schalk, U. S. 

*Do to others as you'd have them do to 
you. Song and mixed chorus. Words 
and music by Will L. Thompson. East 
Liverpool, Ohio, Will L. Thompson. 
(1898, no. 13754, Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 26, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by W. L. Thompson, East 
Liverpool, Ohio. 

Don't dare the eagle of Columbia. Writ- 
ten by Sam. V. Steele. Arranged by 
George Stevens. Chicago, Lvon & 
Healy. (1898, no. 21683, Apr. 4. 2 copies 
rec'd' Apr. 4, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by S. V. Steele, U. S. 

Don't forget to write me, Billy. Words 
by M. A. Crosby. Music by A. S. V., 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 22153, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 62 

Copyright by M. A. Crosby, Chi- 
cago. 

Dorado (El). March and two-step. Com- 
posed by Henry G. Seaborn. [For 
piano.] Seattle, Wash., Sherman, Clay 
& co. (1898. no. 22588, Apr. 9. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by H. G. Seaborn, U. S. 

Drei lyrische stiicke. Fiir violine mit 
begleitung des pianoforte. Von Leone 
Sinigaglia. op. 12. no. 1. Larghetto. 
(1898, no. 22536, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 64 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin, 
Germany. 

no. 2. Agitato. (1898, no. 22537, Apr. 

9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin, 
Germany. 

no. 3. Adagio. (1898, no. 22535, Apr. 

9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 66 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin, 
Germany. 

Drifting with the tide. Words by Neigh- 
bor. Music by C. Kinkel. Eenewal, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 22342, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Driven from home. Melody by W. S. 
Hays. Arranged with brilliant varia- 
tions. By A. P. Wyman. Eenewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22375, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 68 

Copyright by Heirs of A. P. Wyman. 
U.S. 



Titles — Continued. 

Drizzle schottische. For four hands. By 
Alberto Himan, [n. i.] (1898, no. 21646, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 69 
Copyright by A. Himan, New York. 

For mandolin or violin and piano. 

By Alberto Himan, fn. i.] (1898, no. 

21647, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 

1898.) 70 

Copyright by A. Himan, New York. 

Du hvide blomst. Yifandaka, opera i 3 
akter, af Alfred Tofft. Texten af Einar 
Christiansen, no. 3. Key of F. Uddrag 
for piano ved Louis Glass. Kjoben- 
havn & Leipzig, Wilhelm Hansen. 
(1898, no. 21778, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by W. Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 

*Du liebst mich nicht. You love me not. 
Song with pianoforte accompaniment. 
Composed by Edward Mac-Dowell. op. 
11, no. 2. New York, Breitkopf & 
Hiirtel. [Five songs, no. 2.] (1898, no. 
13706, Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 
1898.) 72 

Copyright by C. F. Kahnt nachfol- 
ger, Leipzig, Germany. 

Du min Elskecle. Yifandaka, opera i 3 
akter, af Alfred Tofft. Texten af Einar 
Christiansen, no. 5. Key of B. Ud- 
drag for piano ved Louis Glass. 
Kj0benhavn& Leipzig, Wilh elm Han- 
sen. (1898, no. 21780, Feb. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 73 

Copyright by W. Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 

Dvael paa din bane. Vifandaka, opera i 
3 akter, af Alfred Tofft. Texten af 
Einar Christiansen, no. 4. Key of G. 
Uddrag for piano ved Louis Glass. 
Kj0benhavn & Leipzig, Wilhelm Han- 
sen. (1898, no. 21779, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by W. Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 

Easter eve. Words by Catherine Arm- 
strong. Music by Charles Gounod. 
Arranged as a duet. For soprano and 
contralto in C minor. By W. Rhys- 
Herbert. St. Paul, W. J. Dyer & bro. 
(1898, no. 18706, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 75 

Copyright bv W. J. Dyer & bro., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

*Easter joy. By Alice Jean Cleator, Geo. 
C. Hugg, and others. Philadelphia, 
Geo. C. Hugg. (1898, no. 12086, Feb. 17. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 1898. ) 76 

Copyright by G. C.Hugg, Philadel- 
phia. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



1 Echoes from fairyland. Theme by J. 
Marsh. Transcription for violin and 
piano by Alfred Freeman, op. 9. Jer- 
sey City, N. J., Alfred Freeman. (1898, 
no\ 20610, Mar. 31. 2 copies ree'd Mar. 
23,1898.) 77 

Copyright by A. Freeman, Jersey 
City, N.J. 

Elite gavotte. ByC.DeJanon. Guitar. 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 
21681, Apr. 1. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 78 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

Emerson college chansonettes. Arranged 
and adapted for the physical culture 
exercises by Gertrude Chamberlin. 
[For piano.] Boston, Emerson college 
of oratory. (1898, no. 22675, Apr. 9. 2 
copies ree'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 79 

Copyright by G. Chamberlin, Bos - 
ton. 

English violets. Waltz. Composed by R. 

Kohaus. [For piano.] Chicago, 111., 

R. Kohaus. (1898, no. 22682, Apr. 9. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 80 

Copyright by R. Kohaus, Chicago. 

Era stella del mattino. (Beaming like 
the star of morn.) For 6 hands. Ar- 
ranged by Wni, Dressier. (Renewal.) 
[n. i.J (1898, no. 22367, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
ree'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Esquisse amoureuse. Piano. By H. 
Saint George. Loudon, Frederick W. 
Clianot. ["Edition Chauot," 1507.] 
(1898, no. 21760, Apr. 5. 2 copies ree'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 82 

Copyright by F. W. Clianot, London. 

* Etourdie (L ; ). (Careless and happy.) 
Caprice brillant pour piano. Par G. 
D.Wilson, op. 20. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. (1898, no. 21107, Apr. 2. 2 
copies ree'd Apr. 2, 1898. ) 83 

Copyright by Mrs. Josephine M. Wil- 
son. 

Etudes arabesques* on an original theme 
for pianoforte, op. 75. By Wilson G. 
Smith. Philadelphia, Theodore Pres- 
ser. (1898, no. 22202, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
ree'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 84 

Copyright by T. Pressor, Philadel- 
phia. 

Evening shadows. F. Abt. Adapted by 
Geo. B. Neyin for quartet or chorus 
choirs. Milwaukee, Wis., Rohlfingsons 
music co. (1898, no. 21677, Apr. 4. 2 
copies ree'd Apr. 2, 1898. ) 85 

Copyright by Kohlfing sons' music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

18977— Vol. 15, No. 1 3 



Executive march. Two-step. By John 
H. Flynn. [For piano.] New York, 
Howley, Haviland & co. (1898, no. 
22688, Apr. 9. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 86 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Exercises (50) for left hand alone. By W. 

Tappert. Revised by A. Himan. Bk. 1, 

[n.i.] (1898, no. 21611, Apr. 4. 2 copies 

ree'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 87 

Copyright by Alberto Himan, New 

York. 

"Fairies' delight. Polka caprice. For 

piano. By Selrah C. Selin. Brooklyn, 

N. Y., R. B. Treacy. (1898, no. 13647, 

Feb.25. 2copicsrec'd Apr, 1,1898.) 88 

Copyright bv S. C. Selin, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 

Fate (The) of the battleship Maine. 
Words and music by Isabella Shelton. 
Arranged by R. A. Sears. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 
14994, Mar. 3. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 89 

Copyright by I. Shelton, Louisville, 
Ky. 

* Fear not. By Finley Lyon. [The King 
triumphantj no. 7. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 12883. Feb. 
21. 2 copies ree'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 90 
Copyright by Fillmore bros, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Fest overture, op. 80. (Academic.) 

Brahms. ^Eolian arrangement. no. 

10391, [n. i.] (1898, no. 18060, Mar. 17. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 91 

Copyright by ^Eolian co., Meriden, 

Conn. 

First (The) Song. Vocal march. For 
men's voices. Victor Bliithgen-Geo. 
B. Nevin. Milwaukee. Wis., Rohlfing 
sons' music co. (1898, no. 21679, Apr. i. 
2 copies ree'd Apr. 1, 1898. ) 92 

Copyright by Kohl ting sons' music 
co., Milwaukee. Wis. 

Flitter Polka. For I hands. Bj Alberto 
Himan, [n.i.] (1898, no. 21642, Apr. 1. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 1. 18: 8.) 

Copyright by A. Himan. New York. 

Florie's wait/. For 6 hands, Composed 
bv C. Kinkel. Arranged by Win. : 
lor. Renewal, (n. i. ] (1898, no. 22347, 
Apr. 8. 2 copies ree'd Apr 5 L898 
Copyright by K. Kinkel I". S 



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Flower of my heart. (Hergbliimchen.) 
Mazurka. Salon music for the piano. 
By Otto Fischer, op. 204. Philadel- 
phia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 23733, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

95 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Forest glade. March. Composed by C. 
Kinkel. Arranged for 4 hands by Wm, 
Dressier. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898. no. 
22337. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Anr. 5, 
1898.) 96 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Waltz. Composed by C. Kinkel. 

Arranged for 4 hands. Renewal, [n.i.] 
(1898. no. 22338. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Forget me not. Schottische. By J. Becht. 

(C. Kinkel.) Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, 

no. 22341. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 

1898.) 98 

Copyright by K. Kinkel. U. S. 

Waltz. By J. Becht. (C. Kinkel.) 

Renewal, [n. {.] (1898. no. 22364. Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 99 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Gavotte. Salon music for the piano. By 
R.Bachmann. op. 12. no. 1. Revised 
and fingered by Albert W. Borst. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. (1898, 
no. 23734, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 100 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 
^Georgia belle. March and two-step. 
Composed for piano by Carlota Cole. 
Brooklyn. N. Y.. R. B. Treacv. (1898, 
no. 13646, Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
25,1898.) 101 

Copyright by C. Cole, New York. 

*Gethsemane. By Finley Lyon. [The 
King triumphant.] no. 3. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 12884, 
Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21. 1898.) 

102 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

G ive p e a c e in our tim e , O L or d . By Wm . 

Arms Fisher. [Octavo ed.] [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 21691, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 103 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Glad (The) new song. Words by T. N. 

Knight. Music by Jos. H. Adams. 

London, Egerton & co. (1898, no. 

21746, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 104 

C opyright by Egerton & co., London. 



Gloria in excelsis. [Glory be to God on 
high.] By C. P. Morrisou. [Octavo 
ed.] Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (18t'8, 
no. 21688, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 105 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Gloria patri. Anthem. By B.C. Unseld. 

[n. i.] (1898, no. 20686. Mar. 31. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 4. 1898.) 106 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio^ 

Glory march. Organ. O. B. Bird. op. 69, 

[n.i.] (1898. no. 21900. Apr. 5. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New 

York. 

Gnomes' frolic. (Heinzelmiinnchen.) For 
piano. By Ed. Poldini. op. 20, no. 5. 
New York. Edward Schuberth & co. 
(1898. no. 22096, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 108 | 

Copyright by Charles F.Tfetbar, New 
York': 

Golden chimes. March. Arranged bvC. 

Kinkel. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, noj 

22339. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898.) 109 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Gondolero march. By C. De Janon. 
Guitar. Boston. Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898. no. 21685. Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 110 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

Goodhumor. March. ByH. Allard. Re- 
newal, [n.i.] (1898, no. 22356, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Good (A) old London town girl. Writ- 
ten and composed by Chas. Osborne. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 23206. Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 112 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 

Graceful mazurka. By C. Kinkle. Re- 
newal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22355, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 113 

Copyright by K. Kinkel. U. S. 

Grand march. From Faust. Opera set 
for 4 hands. By E. Mack. Renewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22360. Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) ' 114 
Copyright by Mrs. E. Mack, U. S. 

Grand scherzo. Bv L. M. Gottschalk. 
Renewal, [n. i.] (1898. no. 22382, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898. ) 115 

Copyright bv Heirs of L. M. Gotts- 
chalk. U. S. 



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* Greater New York. Grand march. For 
the piano and organ. By Andrew P. 
Clark. Brooklyn. N. Y., R. B. Treacy. 
(1898. no 1364.5, Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 1,1898.) 116 

Copyright by A. P. Clark, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Guadalupe (The) waltzes. By Jos. S. 
King. [For piano.] Galveston, Thos. 
Goggan & bro. (1898. no. 23650, Apr. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 117 
Copyright by T. Goggan & bro., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

Guard of honor. March. By T. H. Rol- 

linson. For band. Boston, Oliver Dit- 

son co. (1898, no. 21686, Apr. 4. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 118 

Copyright by 0. Ditson co., Boston. 

* Hail, happy Easter. By J. H. Fillmore, 
no. 18. [Faster dav.] Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Fillmore bros. (18i?8, no. 12894, Feb. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Hail to the risen King. Easter anthem. 
Written and composed by Raymond A. 
Browne (Julian Mauley). New York, 
Howley, Haviland & 'co. (1898, no. 
21711, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 120 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Half (The) was never spoken. Words 

by May Maurice. Music bv Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick, [n.i.] (1898, no. 21915, 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 121 

Copyright by W. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Happy (A) event. March and two-step. 
For mandolin and piano accompani- 
ment, 2d mandolin included. By H. 
Zur Nieden. New York, H. Dennizer 
& son. (1898, no. 22204, Apr. 7. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 122 

Copyright by H. Dennizer & son, 
New York. 

* Harmonia (La) waltzes. By Lester 

Payne. 2 mandolins and guitar. Cleve- 
land, Ohio, F. O. Gutman. (1898, no. 
13912, Feb. 26. 1 copy rec'd Feb. 26, 
1898, 1 copy Apr. 4, 1898.) 123 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

*He lives again in me. Easter hymn. 
Words by Ida Scott Taylor. Music by 
Fred Schilling. New York, G. Schir- 
mer. [Schirmer's Easter annuals, no. 
6.] (1898, no. 13919. Feb. 26. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 26, 1898.) 124 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 



He will have mercy. Anthem. By John 

Tibballs. Tn.i.] ' (1898, no. 20688. Mar. 

31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) ' 125 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 

Heavenly thoughts. Morceau caracter- 
istique. For 4 hands. Composed by C. 
Kinkel. Arranged bv Wm. Dressier. 
Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22336, Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 126 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Her er livet. Vif'andaka. opera i 3 akter, 
af Alfred Tofft. Texten af Einar 
Christiansen, no. 1, key of C. Uddrag 
for piano, ved Louis Glass. KjObenhavn 
& Leipzig, Wilhelm Hansen. (1898, 
no. 21776, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 127 

Copyright by W. Hansen, Copenha- 
gen, Denmark. 

Histoire melancolique. Caracteristique 
pour piano, par Erik Meyer-Helmund. 
op. 153. Leipzig, Otto Forberg. 
[Quatre morceaux. no. 1.1 (1898, no. 
21766. Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 128 

Copyright by O. Forberg. Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Holiday march. For 4 performers on 2 

pianos. (8 hands.) Composed by C. 

Kinkel. Arranged bv Wm. Dressier. 

Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22346. Apr. 

8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 129 

Copyright by Karl Kinkel, United 

States. 

*Holy, holy Lord. ByFinleyLyon. [The 

King triumphant.] no. 1. Cincinnati, 

Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 12882. 

Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 

130 
Copyright by Fillmore bros.. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Honeysuckle march. For 6 hands. Com- 
posed by J. Beeht, (C. Kinkel.) Ar- 
ranged by Wm. Dressier. Renewal, 
[n. i.] (1898. no. 22349. Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 131 

Copyright by K. Kinkel. U. S. 

"Hot (A) coon from Klondike. Soug and 
chorus. Music by Theo. A. M et Z. 
Words by Geo. Graham. New York. 
Metz music co. (1897, no. 64725; Nov, 

20. 2 copies rec'd Jan. 25. 1898. ) 132 
Copyright by T. A. Met/. New York. 

"How calm, how beautiful! By Finley 
Lyon. [The King triumphant.] no. 9. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Fillmore bros. (1898, 
no. 12878, Feb. 21. 2 copies reed Feb. 
21,1898.) 133 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



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How London lives. Written by H. Chance 
Newton. Composed, by Tbeo. Ward. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 23205, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9, 1898. ) 134 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

Humoresque. no. 2. (Six inorceaux 
faciles.) Viola and piano. By Basil 
Althaus. Londou, Frederick W. 
Chanot. ["Ed. Chanot/' 931.] (1898, 
no. 21753, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
5,1898.) 135 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London. 

Hungarian lustspiel. Overture. By 
Keler Bela. Arranged by T. H. Roll bi- 
son. For band. Boston, Oliver Dit- 
son co. (1898, no. 21693, Apr. 1. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 136 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

I loves you, Louisa. (Coon love-song.) 
Words by L. J. Sheehan. Music by 
Theo. Bendix. St. Louis, Balmer & 
Weber music house. (1898, no. 22154, 
Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 137 
Copyright by Balmer & Weber mu- 
sic house, St. Louis, Mo. 

I wish I could see her again. By Frank 
Wittenberg. Detroit, Mich., Witten- 
berg music co. (1898, no. 4826, Jan. 10. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 138 

Copyright by Frank C. Wittenberg, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ich bleib' bei dir! Koniirinationslied. 
By Carl W. Grimm, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
21661, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 139 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, uayton, 
Ohio. 
Ich hab' doch nichts so lieb wie dich 
mein miitterlein. ( Vers 1 von J . Sturm ; 
vers 2 von A. Hofft). Lied fiir eine 
siugstimme. Von A. Hofft. op. 28. 
Ausgabe fiir sopran. Liepzig, Fritz 
Schuberth, jr. (1898, no. 22527, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898.) 140 

Copyright by F. Schuberth, jr., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Idol's (The) eye. Waltzes. By Victor Her- 
bert. Arranged by Otto Langey. (Ed. 
for military band.) New York, Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 
22331, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8. 
1898.) 141 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 
In Arcadia. For guitar. By J. H. Spatz. 
Cleveland, Ohio, Rogers & Eastman. 
(1898, no. 21650, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 142 

Copyright by Rogers & Eastman, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 



In Elfland. (Feenreigen.) For piano. By 
Ed. Poldino. op. 20, no. 1. New York, 
Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 
22095, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 143 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

In our old town. Song and chorus. 
Words by Karl Kennett. Music by 
Lyn Udal. New York, Howley, Havi- 
land & co. a§98, no. 21712, Apr. 4. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 144 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

In play time. Morceau de salon. For 
pianoforte. Solo. By Eric Wolf. Lon- 
don, Egerton & co. (1898, no. 21747, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 145 
Copyright by Egerton &co., London, 
England. 

Independent (The J guard. March. By 
George Prutting. [For band.] Phila- 
delphia, Harry Coleman. (1898, no. 
23102, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 116 

Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 

Indifferent (The) mariner. By A. Macy 
and F. F. Bullard, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
22207, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 147 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

Innocence march. For 6 hands. Com- 
posed by J. Harmistoun. (C.Kinkel.) 
Arranged by Wm. Dressier. Reuewal, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 22348, Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 148 
Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Intermezzo, no. 5. (Six morceaux 
faciles.) For viola and piano. By 
Basil Althaus. London, Frederick W. 
Chanot. ["Edition Chanot," 934.] 
(1898, no. 21757, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5. 1898.) 149 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, Lon- 
don. 

Introduction et valse de concert. Pour 
violon et piano. Par Emile Sauret. 
op. 57. Leipzio-, Germany, Fr. Kistner. 
(1898, no. 221077 Apr. 7. ^ copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 150 

Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Is there room among the angels? Song 
and chorus. Composed by C. F. Shat- 
tuck. Renewal, [n. i.] (1*898, no. 
22387, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
",) 151 

Copyright by C. F. Shattuck. 



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Je t'aime ! Intermezzo amoroso. Pour 
piano. Par Paul Dupont. op. 25. 
Leipzig, Germany, Fr. Kistner. (1898, 
no. 22102, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 152 

Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

"Jeanette gavotte. By E. F. Dillebar. 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. Cleve- 
land. Ohio, F. O. Gutman. (1898, no. 
13910, Feb. 26. 1 copy rec'd Feb. 26, 
1898 ; 1 copy Apr. 4, 1898.) 153 

Copyright by F. 0. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Jeannie's reply. Solo or duet. By Har- 
rison Millard. New York. S. T. Gordon 
& son. (1898, no. 14781, Mar. 2. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 154 
Copyright by H. Millard's heirs, 
United States. 

Jessemine two-step. Bv Mary Shelmire. 

[For piano.] Dallas, Tex., Will A. 

Watkin music co. (1898. no. 22595, 

Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 155 

Copyright by M. Shelmire, Dallas, 

Tex. 

Jesus calls ns. Sacred song. By Mrs. C. 
F. Alexander and F. F. Bullard, [n.i.] 
(1898, no. 22206, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) ' 156 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

* Jesus lives. Easter hymn. Words by 

Ida Scott Taylor. Music by Fred Schil- 
ling. New York, G. Schirmer. [Schir- 
mer's Easter annuals, no. 1.] (1898, 
no. 13916. Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
26, 1898.) 157 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Jumping (The) jack Words by C. Floyd 

McClure. Music bv W. G. Sired, [n. 'i.] 

(1898, no. 21668, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 158 

Copyright bv C. F. McClure, Sparta, 

Wis. 

June-bugs' (The) dance. Polka-rondo. 

Hoist, no. 4094, [n.i.] (1898, no 21819, 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 159 

Copyright by Regiua music box co., 

Kahway, N. J. 

* Junker rechberger. (Yon L. Uhland.) 

Fiir eine singstimme, mit clavierbe- 
gleituug. Yon Heinrich von Her/.ogen- 
berg. op. 101. Balladen fiir eine 
hoherc stimme. Band 2. Leipzig, J. 
Kietor-Biedermaiin. [Balladen und 
romanzen, no. 4.] (1898. no. 9179. Feb. 
2. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2. 1898.) 160 

Copvright bv J. Kieter-Hiedennann. 



Just a little late. no. 1, in C. Words by 
G. Hubi Newcombe. Music by Roland 
Black. London, Egerton & co. (1898, 
no. 21748. Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
6,1898.) 161 

Copyright by Egerton &, co., London, 
England. 

Just a sorter hangin' roun'. Song and 
chorus. Words by Nita A. Pierson. 
Music by Gussie L. Davis. New York, 
Howley, Haviland & co. (1898, no. 
21710, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4. 
1898.) 162 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Just whisper that vou love her. Ballad. 

Jones, no. 1595, [n. i.] (1898, no. 21820, 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 163 

Copyright by Regina music box co. r 

Rahway, N. J. 

Kentucky girls. March and two-step. 
Bv O. J. De Moll. Washington, D. C, 
Henry Eberbach. (1898. no. 22670. Apr. 
9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 164 

Copyright by H. Eberbach, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Kentucky march and two-step. Com- 
posed by Miss Jeannette Post. [For 
piano.] Norfolk, Va., Levy's music 
store. (1898, no. 22579, Apr. 9.' 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 165 

Copyright by Miss J. Post, Norfolk 
Ya. 

* King of kings. By Finley Lyon. Quar- 
tet or chorus for male voices. [The 
King triumphant.] no. 10. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898. no. 
12881, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 166 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Kissing is divine. Song in waltz time, 
with retrain. Words and music by 
Thos. M. Bowers. Galvestou. Titos. 
Goggan & bro. (1898, no. 23651, Apr. 
14." 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898.) 167 
Copyright by T. Goggan & bro.. Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

*Kliinge aus dem Orient. Walzer. Aon 
Otto von Walden. op. 78. Ausgabe 
fiirmilitar musik. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr, 
Zininiermann. (1898, no. 9533, Feb. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 4, 1898;) i68 

Copyright by ,1. 11. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Klondike (The) waltz. Composed by 

Mabel L. Henri oh. [For piano.] [n.i.] 

(1898. no. 22589, Apr* 9. - copies rec'a 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 168 

Copyright by M. L. Henrich, IT. S. 



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Knight Templar's march. By George 
Prnttiug. [For band.] Philadelphia, 
Harry Coleman. (1898, no. 23101, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 170 
Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 

Knights' (The) procession. (Ritterzug.) 
For piano. By Ed. Poldini. op. 20, 
no. 6. New York, Edward Schuberth 
& co. (1898. no. 22097, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 171 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

Last hope. By Gottschalk. Transcrip- 
tion. Simplified and fingered by F. 
Boscovitz. [For piano.] Chicago, 
Frank K. Root & co. (1898, no. 21655, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898.) 172 
Copyright by F. K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. 

Laughing beautv. Song and dance. By 
H. Schroeder, [n. i.J (1898, no. 18810, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7. 1898.) 

173 
Copyright by W. H. Ayres, Sackets 
Harbor, N. Y. 

Let our voices be glad. Arranged by 
Ch. Leeocq. [The Coda, no. 220. ] Bos- 
ton, Ginn & co. (1898, no. 20280, Mar. 
29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 174 
Copyright by Ginn & co., Boston. 

* Letzte heimkehr. (Yon J. von Eichen 
dorff.) Fur eine singstimme, mit cla- 
vierbegleitung. Yon lleinrich von Her- 
zogenberg. op. 1C0. Balladen far eine 
mittlere stimme. Band 1. [Balladen 
und roinanzen. no. 4.] Leipzig, J. 
Rieter-Biedermann. (1898, no. 9175, 
Feb. 2. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2. 1898.) 175 
Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Liebe ( Der) Herrgott nnr ist schuld darau. 
Componirt von Otto von Walden. op. 
112. Ausgabe fur mannerchor. Leip- 
zig, Otto Forberg. (1898, no. 21773, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 176 
Copyright by O. Forberg, Leipzig, 



Liebenstiindelei. Genrestiick, von Carl 
Heins. op. 256. Fur 2 viol.,viola,vio- 
loncello u. piano, eine rldten, und cornet 
a piston. Berlin, Jul. Weiss. [Com- 
positionenund bearbeitungen. no. 11.] 
(1898, no. 21782, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 177 

Copyright by J. Weiss, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Lilv of the valley. Galop. By C. Kinkel. 
Renewal, [n. i!] (1898. no. 22334, Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 178 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 



Titles — Continued. 

Liuhs am zauu, rechts am zaun. Fiir 
mannerchor mit begleitung von rlote, 
violine, viola, und cello. Yon Josef 
Frever. op. 74. Leipzig. Gebriider Hug 
& co. (1898, no. 22104, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 179 

Copyright by Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Little May-queen darling. Written and 
composed by Joseph Tabrar. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 
23207, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 180 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 
Little romp quick-step. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Harmistoun. Ar- 
ranged bv Wm. Dressier. Renewal, [n. 
i.] (1898, no. 22358, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 181 

Copyright by K. Kinkel , U. S. 

Little wee dog. Bv S. Winner. Renewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no.' 22381, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 182 

Copyright by S. Winner, U. S. 

Live the old time over. Song. Words 

and music by M. L. Mclntire. Wood- 

ston, Ivans., M. L. Mclntire & sons. 

(1898, no. 21658, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) ' 183 

Copyright by M. L. Mclntire, Wood- 

ston, Kans. 

Living (The) waters. A temperance song 

and chorus. Words by B. M. Lawrence. 

Music by J. G. Clark. Renewal, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 22373, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5. 1898.) 184 

Copyright by J. G. Clark, U. S. 

Longing. Air pathe tique for 'cello and 

piano. Bv F. Sievenson. op. 15, [n. 

i.] (1898," no. 22209, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr, 7, 1898.) 185 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Words by Lillian Eleanor Barlow. 

Music bv Rossetter G. Cole. Boston, 

Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 21691, Apr. 

4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 186 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Look beyond. Words by E. E. Hewitt. 

Music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, (n. i.) 

(1898, no. 21913, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 187 

Copyright by W. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

"Lord (The) is risen. By J. H. Fillmore. 

no. 14. [Easter day.] Cincinnati, 

Ohio, Fillmore bros. "(1898. no. 12896, 

Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 

188 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Love by moonlight. Caprice reverie. 
By C. Kinkel. Arranged for 4 hands 
by Wm. Dressier. Renewal, [n. i.] 
(1898. no. 22335, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898. ) 189 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Love divine, all love excelling. Mendels- 

sobn-Brackett. Boston, White-Smith 

music pub. co. ( 1898, no. 22464, Apr. 8. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 190 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 

Lover (The) and the bird. Morceau de 

salon. Par C. Meyer. (C. Everest.) 

Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22385, 

Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 191 

Copyright by Mrs. C. Everest, U. S. 

Love's telephone. Words by Grif Alex- 
ander. Music by Arthur Wynne. 
Pittsburg, Pa., Lechner & Sckoenber- 
ger music house. (1898, no. 10831, Feb. 
10. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 192 
Copvright bv G. Alexander, Pitts- 
burg, Pa, 
Magnificat. Unison chorus. Reginald 
Barrett, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22673, Apr. 
9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 193 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 
Maiden, we sing to thee. Part song for 
male voices. By J. C. Macy. Boston, 
White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 
21657, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 194 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 
Maid of the mountain. Ballad. Words 
by Joe Link. Music by Wm. J. Waters. 
Chicago, Thompson music co. (1898, no. 
20277, Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 195 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 
Make a jovful noise. Anthem. ByChas, 
K. Langley, [n. L] (1898, no. 20689, 
Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

»196 
Copvright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Mamelukes (The) march. By W. H. 
Avres. Band, [n. i.] (1898.\io. 18811, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 

197 
. Copyright by AY. H. Ayres, Sackets 
Harbor, N. Y. 
* Mammy's little blue-grass honey. Words 
by Deamore R. Drake. Music by H. O. 
Wheeler. St. Joseph, Mo., Chas. <>. 
Brokaw. (1898, no. 13752, Feb. 25. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) L98 

Copyright by C. O. Brokaw, St. Jo- 
seph, Mo. 



Tiiles — Continued. 

Marche militaire. Pour violoncello avec 
accompagnement de piano. Par Boubee 
Albert. Offenbach, Germany, Johaun 
Andre. (1898, no. 22106, Apr! 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 199 
Copyright by J. Andre, Offenbach, 
Germany. 

Marche villageoise. Pour violoncelle avec 
accompagnement de piano. Par Boubee 
Albert. Offenbach, Germany, Johann 
Andre. (1898, no. 22105, Apr. 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 200 
Copyright by J. Andr£, Offenbach, 
Germany. 

"Mary at the tomb. By J. H. Fillmore, 
no. 8. [Easter day.] Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Fillmore bios. (1898. no. 12873, Feb. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 201 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Maryland rooster's schottische. For 4 

hands. By E. Mack. Renewal, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 22362, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 202 

Copyright by Mrs. E. Mack, U. S. 

Mass, in G minor. For soprano, alto. 
(Tenor and bass ad lib.) Luigi Bor- 
dese. Arranged by Tito Tedesco, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 22668. Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 203 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Master, blessed Master, hail! (Carol.) 
Words by Dwight Mallow Pratt. Mu- 
sic by Gardner F. Packard, [n. L] (1898, 
no. 22058, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 204 

Copyright by G. F. Packard, Rox- 
bury, Mass. 

May (A) love song. no. 1. Song with 
piano accompaniment. Words by E. 
Teschemaeher. Music by Erik Norman. 
Leipzig, Germany, Bos worth & co. 
(1898, no. 22110, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 205 

Copyright by Bosworth & CO., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 

Medley march. By E. Mack. Renewal, 

[n. i.] (1898, no. 22378, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 206 

Copyright by Mrs. E. Mack, I S 

Mem herz 1st eine welt vol] liebe. (Ged. 
v. Maria Stona.) Fur eine singstimnie, 

mit clavier begleitnng. Componirt 
von Max Filke. op. 72, Leip ig,Otto 
Forberg. [Drei lieder. no. 2.] (1898, 

no. 21771. Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1S98.) 207 

Copyright by O. Forberg. Lei] 
Germanv. 



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Titles— Continued. 

*Mein liebchen. My love and I sat close 
together. Song with pianoforte ac- 
companiment. Composed by Edward 
MacDowell. op. 11, no. 1. New York, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. [Five songs, no. 
l.J (18H8, no. 13707. Feb. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 208 

Copyright byC. F. Kahnt nachfolger, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Melodie no. 6. (Six morceaux faciles.) 
By Basil Althaus. For viola and piano. 
London, F. W. Chanot. ["Edition 
Chanot." 935.J (1898, no. '21756. Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 209 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London. 

Memories. Words and music by Herbert 

Jenner. Toronto, "Whaler, Rovce & 

co. (1898, no. 21422, Apr. 4. 2 'copies 

rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 210 

Copyright by Whaley, Boyce & co., 

Toronto, Canada. 

Messenger of love. Morceau elegant. By 

C. Kinkel. Eenewal, [n. i.] (1898, 

no. 22343, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898.) 211 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Mignonette. Dance caprice. By E. W. 
Cole. Salem, Mass.. W. J. Lefavour. 
(1898, no. 22594, Apr.' 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 212 

Copyright by W. J. Lefavour. Salem, 
Mass. 
Mit hjerte dirrersom streuge. Vifandaka, 
opera i 3 akter. Af Alfred Tofl't, 
Texten af Einar Christiansen, no. 6. 
Key of E flat. Uddrag for piano ved 
Lonis Glass. Kjobenhavn and Leip- 
zig, Wilbelm Hansen. (1898, no. 21781, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 213 
Copyright by Wilbelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Moliie dear. Valse, with mandolin ac- 
companiment ad lib. By Ch. Stephano. 
London, Wiekins & co. (1898. no. 
22270, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 

■ 1898.) 214 

Copyright by Wiekins & co., London. 

Monarch of all he surveys. Words and 
melody by John J. Hagan. Harmo- 
nized bv Frank D. Cure. Philadelphia, 
Bazaar' of the muses. (1898. no. 19830, 
Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898.) 

215 
Copyright by John J. Hagan. Phila- 
delphia. 

* Mother's washing day. Song. By Frank 

Leo. London, Francis, Dav & Hunter. 

(1898, no. 19886, Mar. 28. 2 copies reed 

Mar. 25, 1898. ) 216 

Copyright by Francis, DaycV Hunter, 

London. 



Titles — Continued. 

My heart's treasure. SoDg. Words trans- 
lated from the Irish by Francis A. 
Fahy. Music by Alicia Adelaide Need- 
ham. London, W. Chappell & co., ltd. 
(1898. no. 22526, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 217 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don, W., England. 

My ideal. (Mein ideal.) Waltzes for 
the pianoforte. Bv Franz von Blon. 
Arranged bv W. K-H. St. Paul, W. J. 
Dver & bro. (1898, no. 18707, Mar. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898. ) 218 

Copyright by W. J. Dyer & bro., St. 
Paul, Minn. 

My old Kentucky home. Foster. Ar- 
ranged for quartet. For men's voices. 
By Geo. B. Kevin. Milwaukee, Wis., 
Rohliiug sons' music co. (1898, no. 
21681, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 
1898.) 219 

Copyright by Kohlfing sons' music co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

"My Savior died. By J. H. Fillmore, no. 
16. [Easter dav.] Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Fillmore bros. (1898, no 12893, Feb. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 220 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio! 

^Nachtlied. Night -song. Song with 
pianoforte accompaniment. Composed 
by Edward Mac-Doweil. op. 12, no. 1. 
New York. Breitkopf & Hartel. [Fire 
songs, no. 4.] (1898, no. 13704. Feb. 25. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25. 1898. ) 221 

Copyright by C. F. Kahnt nachfolger, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Nightingale (The) song. Zeller. no. 

4093. [n. i.] (1898, no. 21818. Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 7. 1898. ) 222 

Copyright by Kegina music box co., 

Kali way, N.J. 

Nobodv's darling. Song and chorus. By 

W. S. Hayes. Eenewal, [n. i.] (1898, 

no. 22372, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898.) 223 

Copyright by W. S. Hayes, U. S. 

"Nonne (Die). (Yon L. Uhland.) Fiir 
eine singstimme, mit clavier beglei- 
tung. YonHeinrichvonHerzogenberg. 
op. 101. Balladen fiir eine hobere 
stimme. Band 2. Leipzig, J. Kieter- 
Biedermann. [Balladen undromanzen, 
no. 3.] (1898. no. 9128. Feb. 2. 2copies 
rec'd ]^eb. 2, 1898.) 224 

Copyright by J. Bieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Norman (The) baron. A choral ballad. 
Poem by Longfellow. Set to music for 
soprano solo, chorus, and orchestra. 
Bv F. N. Baxter. New York, Novello, 
Ewer & co. (1898, no. 22111, Apr. 7. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 225 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co.. 
New York. 

"Northhemd (Das). (Yon L. Uhland.) 
Fiir eine singstimme, mit clavierbe- 
gleitung. Yon Heinrich von Herzo- 
genberg. op. 100. Bal laden fiir eine 
mittlere stimme. Band 1. Leipzig, J. 
Rieter-Biedermann. [Balladen und 
romanzen. no. 1.] (1898, no. 9172, Feb. 
2. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 226 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biederrnann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Now, on the first day of the week. Easter 
anthem. Men's voices. H. Lahee. Ar- 
ranged by Geo. B. Nevin for quartet or 
chorus choirs. Milwaukee, Wis., Rohl- 
fiug sons' music co. (1898, no. 21678, Apr. 
4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 1898.) 227 

Copyright by Kohl ting sons' music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Nunc dimittis. Unison chorus. Regi- 
nald Barrett, [n. i] (1898,no.22674, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

228 
Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

*0 death, thou art the dewy night. Der 
tod, dasist diekiihlenacht. (Heinrich 
Heine.) English translation by Frieda 
Douty. For one voice, with pianoforte 
accompaniment. By Nicholas Douty. 
New York, Breitkopi' & Hiirtel. [Three 
songs, no. 3.] (1898, no. 13287, Feb. 23, 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1898. ) 229 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
New York. 

"O resurrection morn. Easter hymn. 
Words by Ida Scott Taylor. Music by 
Fred Schilling. New York, G. Schirmer. 
[Schirmer's Easter annuals, no. 5.] 
(1898, no. 13920, Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 26, 1898.) 230 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York'. 

*Oben wo die sterne gliihen. In the skies 
where stars are glowing. Song, with 
pianoforte accompaniment. Composed 
by Edward Mac-Dowell. op. 11, no. 3. 
New York, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. [Five 
songs, no. 3.] (1898. no. 13703. Feb. 25. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1898. ) 231 

Copyright by C. F. Kahnt naoli- 
folger, Leipzig, Germany. 



*0h, fearful hour. By Finley Lyon. [The 
King triumphant.] no. 4. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 12886, 
Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898.) 

232 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Oh, for a day of spring. By W. S. Blunt 
and A. F. Andrews. Boston, Oliver 
Ditsou co. (1898, no. 21695. Apr. 4 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 233 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Old (The) club. March [two-step]. By 
E. R. Schremser. Arranged by E. H. 
Hovev. For two mandolins, guitar, 
and mandola, [n.i.] (1898. no. 22683, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

234 
Copyright by Broadwell & Wolf, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Old glory. Words by John Northern 
Hilliard. Music by Geo. Newell Love- 
jov, [n. i.] (1898/ no. 19588, Mar. 25. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 235 

Copyright by Novello music co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Old glory forever. March. Composed 
by G. A. Devlin. Boston, H. F. Odeil & 
co. (1898, no. 22322, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 236 

Copyright by G. A Devlin, U. S. 

Song. Composed by G. A. Devlin. 

Boston, H. F. Odeil & co. (1898. no. 
22321, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 237 

Copyright by G A. Devlin, U. S. 

Old Ironsides. March. By C. W. Bennett. 

For band. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 

(1898,no. 21689, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 238 

Copyright by O. Ditson co.. Boston. 

Old (The) kitchen clock. Words and 
music by G. B. Brighara. Chicago. 
Thompson music co. (1898. no. 20278, 
Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. I. 1898 ) 

239 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 

Chicago. 

Only a loving heart slain. Song, in waltz 

time, with' refrain. Words and music 

bv Thos. M. Powers Galveston, Ihos. 

Goggan & bro. (1898, no. 23653, Apr. 14. 



2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 



Copyright by T. Goggan & bro., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 
Only a nigger baby. Ballad. Words 
and music by Raymond A. Browne and 
Gnssie L. Davis. New York. llowhy. 
Havilandd oo. (1898, no. 21704, Apr. I. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, L898.) 



Copyright by How lev 
co., Sew > ork. 



Uavii. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Only a sweetheart's tears. Song'. Music 
by AI. Corey. Words by Matthew E. 
Mullen. Boston, Matthew E. Mullen. 
(1898, no. 22328, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 242 

Copyright by M. E. Mullen, Boston. 

Orgue (L') triomphal. 1 T . livre. Mu- 
sique de AdolpheMartv. Paris, France, 
A.Noel. (1898, no. 22278, Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 243 
Copyright by A. Noel, Paris, 
France. 

2ine livre. Musique de Adolphe Mar- 
ty, [n.i.] (1898, no. 22279, Apr. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 244 
Copyright by A. Noel, Paris, France. 

^Orient (The) march. By Mamie A. 

Nagle. Holyoke, Mass , Mamie Nagle. 

( 1898, no. 19747, Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 2, 1898.) ' 245 

Copyright by M. A. Nagle, Holyoke, 

Mass. 

Parfum discret. Intermezzo pour piano. 

Par Paul Dupont. op. 24. Leipzig, 

Germany. Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 22103, 

Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 246 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Partuers for life. Words by Henry 
Rightor. Music by Louis Blake. New 
Orleans, La.. Louis Grime wald co., ltd. 
(1898, no. 22580, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.^ 247 

Copyright by L. Blake, H. Eightor, 
and Theodore Grunewald, New Or- 
leans, La. 

Pasquinade. Caprice. Par L. M. Gotts- 

chalk. Renewal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

22370, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898.) 248 

Copyright by Heirs of L. M. Gotts- 

chalk, U. S. 

Pastoral (The) symphony. From Christ- 
mas oratorio by Bach. ^Eolian ar- 
rangement, no. 50144, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
18073, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 249 

Copyright by iEolian co., Meriden, 
Conn. 

Patriotic (The) American. Two-step. 

First violin. Geo. H. Fischer, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 22671, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 250 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 

York. 

For piano. Geo. H. Fischer, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 22672, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 251 

Copyright by J. Fischer &. bro., New 
York. 



J uiliors — Continued. 

Pearl galop. For 6 hands. Composed by 
A. P. Wyman. Arranged bv Wm. Dress- 
ier. Renewal, [n. i] (1898, no. 
22376, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 252 

Copyright by Heirs of A. P. Wyman, 
U.S. 
Pennsylvania, '99. March and two-step. 
By Samuel J. J. Kelley, [n. i.] 1898, no, 
22148, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 253 

Copyright by S. J. J. Kelley, Phila- 
delphia. 
Pensee poetique. Par L. M. Gottschalk. 
Renewal, [n.i.] (1898, no. 22383, Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 254 

Copyright by Heirs of L. M. Gotts- 
chalk, U. S. 
Petite romance sans paroles. Caracteris- 
tique pour piano. Par Erik Meyer- 
Helmimd. op. 153. Leipzig, Otto For- 
berg. [Qnatre morceaux, no. 4.] (1898, 



2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
255 
O. Forberg, Leipzig, 



no. 21769, Apr. 5 
1898.) 

Copyright by 
Germany. 

Petite sylphide. Caracteristique pour 
piano. Par Erik Meyer- Helmund. op. 
153. Leipzig, Otto Forberg. [Quatre 
morceaux, no. 3.] (Ib98, no~ 21768, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec*d Apr. 5, 1898.) 256 

Copyright by O. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Petite (une) valse. (A little waltz.) 
Salon musie for the piano. By R. 
Doles, op. 10. Revised and fingered 
by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. Philadel- 
phia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 
23732. Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 257 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Philamadink. Song and refrain. Words 
by Lynn Garrisford. Music by Elen 
Illini. Chicago, Illini pub. co. (1898, 
no. 20276, Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
4,1898.) 258 

Copyright by Illini pub. co., Chicago. 

Plant (The) of renown. [The Sunday 
school leader, v. 1, no. 3. Apr., 1898.] 
Philadelphia, Geibel & Lehman. (1898, 
no. 22165, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
7,1898.) 259 

Copyright by Geibel & Lehman, 
Philadelphia. 

Plantation echo song. (When I calls 
high-o.) Words by Vivian Matthews. 
Music by Cecil R. A. Cook. London, 
C.Sheard & co. (1898, no. 21784. Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 260 

CO., 



Copyright 
London. 



by C. Sheard & 



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Titles — Continued. 

Playing tag-. Scherzo. For pianoforte. 
Bv Wm. Benbo w. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. (1898, no. 22212, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 261 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Potpourri no. 1. Aus der operette "Die 
Puppe."' (La Poupee.) Von Ed- 
mond Andran. Fiir klavier zu 2 
hiinden. Yon Bernhard Wolff. Ber- 
lin, Ed. Bote u. G. Bock. (1898, no. 
21771, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 262 

Copyright by E. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin, Germany. 

no. 2. Aus der operette "Die 

Puppe." (La Poupee.) Von Edniond 
Audran. Fiir klavier zu 2 hiinden. 
Von Bernhard Wolff. Berlin, Ed. 
Bote n.G. Bock. (1898, no. 21775, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 263 

Copyright by E. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin, Germany. 
Practical fingering for the guitar. By 
Walter Jacobs. With supplements by 
Arling Shaeffer, Geo. W. Gregory, Earl 
Grainger, and E. H. Frey. Philadel- 
phia, Stewart & Bauer. (1898, no. 
21181, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 
1808.) 261 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, 
Philadelphia. 

* Praise His name. By Finley Lyon. 
[The King triumphant.] no. 11. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 
12885, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 
1898. ) 265 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Precious golden grain. Words by Jennie 
Wilson. Music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
[n. L] (1898, no. 21916, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 266 

Copyright by W. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 
Preferencia march. By W. P. Chambers. 
For band. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 21696, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 1,1898.) 267 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

President's (The) march . By Victor Her- 
bert. Arranged by Otto Langey for 
militarv band. New York, Edward 
Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 22596, Apr. 
9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 268 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Pretty as a pink. Barcarolle. Arranged 
for 6 hands. By Wm. Dressier. Re- 
newal, [n.i.] (1898. no. 22311, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 269 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 



Titles — Continued. 

*Pretty (The) little maid from school. 
Song. Written and composed by W. 
H. Wallis. London, Francis, Lav & 
Hunter. (1898, no. 19889, Mar. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 25, 1898. ) 270 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

"Pride of the west. March. By Chas. 
Cohen. Arranged by F. 0. Gutman for 
2 mandolins and guitar. Cleveland, 
Ohio, F. 0. Gutman. (1898, no. 13911, 
Feb. 26. 1 copv rec'd Feb. 26,1898; 1 
copy, Apr. 1, 1898.) 271 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Prince and princess. (Prinz und prin- 
zessin.) For piano. By Ed. Poldini. 
op. 20, no. 2. New York, Edward Schu- 
berth & co. (1898, no. 22091, Apr. 7. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 272 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

Quattro pezzi sacri. Di G. Verdi. Per 
canto e pianoforte. Ave Maria, Stabat 
Mater, Laudi alia Vergine Maria, Te 
Deum. (Piiduzione di G. Luporini, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22276, Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 273 
Copyright bv G. Ricordi & co., Milan, 
Italy. 

Queen of the arena. Galop. By William 
Frederick Peters. [For piauo.] New 
York, Howley, Haviland & co. (1898, 
no. 21705, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 
1898.) 271 

Copyright by Flowley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Ragger (The) girls of to-day. Com- 
posed by Gertie Hutcheson. St. Louis, 
Mo.,Hutcheson bros. (1888, no. 22151. 
Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. /. 1898. ) 275 
Copyright by Hutcheson bros., St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Rain (The) of gold. (La pluie d'or.) 
Polka. Pour le pianoforte. C. Bohm. 
Revised and fingered by Fred Meyer. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Pieces 
detachers, elassiques et mod ernes. ] 
(1898, no. 21910, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 1'Td 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston, 

Rainbow waltz. By F. Mack. Re- 
newal, [n. i.] (1898, no. 2l'37T. Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. L898. ) 277 

Copyright by Mrs. F. Mack, l. S. 

Reoept ion march. For six hands. Com- 
posed by ,1. Becht. (C. Kinkel.) Ar- 
ranged by Wm. Dressier. Renewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22:^52. Apr. v 2 con- 
ies reo'd Apr. 5, L898.) 
Copyright by K. Kinkel. U. S, 



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Titles — Continued. 

Relief for the needy. Words and music 
by Frater Wm. B. Godfrey, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 22197, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec"d Apr. 7, 
1898.) 279 

Copyright by Grand fraternity, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Reveille march and two-step. By Ira E. 
Whitehill. Baltimore, Sanders & Stay- 
man. (1898, no. 21821, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 280 

Copyright by I. E. Whitehill, Fred- 
erick co., Md. 

Reverie, no. 3. (Six morceanx faciles.) 
Viola and piano. By Basil Althaus. 
London, Frederick W. Chanot. ["Ed. 
Chanot." 932.] (1898, no. 21754, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 281 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London. 

Eheingruss. Fiir miinnerchor. Kom- 
ponirt von Mathieu Neumann, op. 34. 
Offenbach a. Main, Johann Andre. 
[Zwei munnerchore. no. 1.] (1898, no. 
22530, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 282 

Copyright by J. Andre, Offenbach a. 
Main, Germany. 

"Right (A) roval jump. (Barn dance.) 

Bv J. A. Hamilton, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

19888, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 

1898.) 283 

Copyright by Francis. Day Sz Hunter, 

London. England. 

Rock chalk, jay hawk, K. U. March or 
two-step. Composed by W. Dwight 
McCaughev. [For piano.] Olathe, 
Kans., W. D. McCaughev & co. (1898, 
no. 22578, Apr. 9- 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 284 

Copyright by W. D. McCaughey & 
co., Olathe, Kans. 

Romance tirolienne. For violin and 
piano. By G. Saint George, op. 38. 
London, Frederick W. Chanot. ["Ed. 
Chanot.'-' 925.] (1898. no. 21758. Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) ' 285 
Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London. 

For two violins and piano. By G. 

Saint George, op. 38. London. Fred- 
erick W. Chanot. ["Ed. Chanot." 
926.] (1898. no. 21759, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 286 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot. Lon- 
don. 

Romanza. no. 1. (Six morceaux faciles.) 
Viola and piano. By Basil Althaus. 
London. Frederick W. Chanot. ["Ed. 
Chanot,''' 930.] (1898, no. 21752, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 287 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, Lon- 
don. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rose bud schottische. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Becht. (C. Kinkel.) 
Arranged bv Wm. Dressier. Renewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22353. Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 288 

Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Rose, dear Rose. Song and chorus. 
Words and music bv D. J. Bunce. New 
York, Howley, Haviland & co. (1898, 
no. 21709, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 289 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

"Rosenband (Das). The bands of roses. 
Song, with pianoforte accompaniment. 
Composed by Edward MacDowell. op. 
12, no. 2. New York, Breitkopf & Hiir- 
tel. [Five songs, no. 5.] (1898, no. 
13705. Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 
1898. ) 290 

Copyright by C. F. Kalint nachfol- 
ger, Leipzig, Germany. 

Rosv lips. Polka mazurka. Bv C. Kin- 
kel. Renewal, [n.i.] (1*98, no. 22340, 
Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 

291 
Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Royal (The) blue two-step march. By 
George Doonev. Cincinnati, Ohio, ri- 
sen <fc co. (1898. no. 22592, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 292 

Copvright bvllsen & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Sabbath (The) guest. By L. O. Emerson 

and J.H. Morev. (Renewal.) Boston, 

Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 22284. Apr. 

8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 293 

Copyright by L. O. Emerson, U. S. 

St. George promenade. March. Com- 
posed and arranged on melodies of Al- 
fred W. Lawson. By Frank E. Jonson. 
Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898. no. 22465, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) ' 294 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Salute to Washington park. March. By 

Lovenberg. For band. Boston. Oliver 

Ditson co. (1898, no. 21687, Apr. 4. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 295 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

"Savior, breathe an evening blessing. 
Anthem for contralto solo and quar- 
tette or chorus. By William C. Carter. 
[American choir, v. 3. no. 53.] New 
York. Charles S. Elliot & co. (1898. no. 
13775. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1898.) 296 
Copyright bv C. S. Elliot & co.. New 
York. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Ti I les — C o n t i l) u e d . 



Savior, I follow on. Words by Chas. S. 
Robinson. Music bv T. W. Stewart, 
[n. i.]. (1898. no. 21911, Apr. 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) .297 
Copyright by Win. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 

Scherzo. Die mauscken vor der falle. 
(The mice and the trap.) Coniponirt 
von Oscar Kohler. Ausgabe fur piano- 
forte. Bremen, A. E. Fischer. (1898, 
no. 21783, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 298 

Copyright by A. E. Fischer, Bremen, 
Germany. 

* Schneiders hollenfahrt. (Volkslied.) 

Fiir eine singstimme, mit clavier-be- 
gleitung. Von Heinrich von Herzogen- 
berg. op. 101. Balladen fiir eine 
hohere stimme. Band 2. Leipzig, J. 
Rieter-Biedermann. [Balladen una 
rornanzen. no. 6.] (1898, no. 9181, Feb. 
2. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 299 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

* Schwarze (Der) ritter. (Von L. Uh- 
land. ) Fiir eine singstimme, mit clavier 
begleitung. Von Heinrich von Herzo- 
genberg. op. 101. Balladen fiir eine 
hohere stimme. Band 2. Leipzig, J. 
Rieter-Biedermann. [Balladen and 
romanzen. no. 1.] (1898, no. 9176, Feb. 
2. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 300 

Copyright by J. Rieter-liiedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Serenade. (From Ben Hur.) Song, with 
pianoforte accompaniment. Composed 
by F. E. Sawyer. New York, Edward 
Schuberth & co. [Three songs, no. 2.] 
(1898, no. 22540, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898. ) 301 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Serenade d'un pierrot. Caracteristique. 
Pour piano. Par Erik Meyer-Hel- 
niuud. op. 153. Leipzig, Otto For- 
berg. [Quatre morceanx. no. 2.] 
(1898, no. 21767, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 302 

Copyright by O. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Serenade rococo. For the pianoforte. 

Bv Otto Hatkh. op. 190. New York, 

P. L. Jung. (1898, no. 22472, Apr. 8. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 303 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 

Sharpies' studies for the violin, op. 10. 

Pawtucket, R. I., Joseph Sharpies, jr. 

(1898, no. 21247, Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 2, 1898.) 304 

Copyright by Joseph Sharpies, jr.. 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



"Ships (The) of Melton. Song. Words 
by Frank L. Stanton. Music by S. L. 
Clary. St. Paul, Minn., Conover music 
co. (1898, no. 20632, Mar 31. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 805 

Copyright by Conover music co., St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Sifted wheat. A collection of songs. 
Book for Sunday schools, etc. By Chas. 
H. Gabriel. Davton, Ohio, Lorenz & 
co. (1898, no. 8979, Jan. 31. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 306 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Silhouettes (Les). no. 40. La Navarraise. 
Episode lyrique en 2 actes de J. Mas- 
senet. Petites transcriptions tres 
faciles sur les operas en vogue. Soi- 
gneusemeut doigte'es et nuanct'es par 
Georges Bull. Paris, France, Heugel 
etcie. (1898, no. 22272, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 307 

Copyright by Heugel ct cie., Paris, 
France. 

no. 42. Le papa de Fran cine. 

Operette en 4 actes et 7 tableaux de 
Louis Varney. Petites transcriptions 
tres faciles sur les operas en vogue. 
Soigneusemeut doigtoes et nuanci'es 
par Georges Bull. Paris, France, 
Heugel et cie. (1898, no. 22271, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 308 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
France. 

no. 43. Sapho. Puce lyrique en 

5 actes de J.Massenet. Petites tran- 
scriptions tres faciles sur les operas en 
vogue. Soigneusemeut doigtces et 
nuancees par Georges Bull. Paris, 
France, Heugel et cie" ( 1898. no. 22274 , 
Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. I 

309 
Copyright by Heugel et eie., Paris. 
France. 

Silver cloud schottische. By A. Pa< her. 

Renewal, [u.i.] (1898, no. 22305. Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898. 310 

Copyright by K. Kink . V . S. 

Sing a song o' pussy cats. Words h> C. 

F;McClure. Music by W. G. Sired, 

[n. i.] (189S. no. 21669, Apr. I. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 1. 1898.) 311 

Copyright bv C. V. McClure, Sparta. 

Wis/ 

Sing unto the 1. ovd. Anthem. By C. H, 
Gabriel. |n. i.\ (1898, no. 2069J 
31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. I. 1898.) 512 

Copyright by K. S. Loi 

Ohio". 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sleep well! By G. D. Wilson, op. 22. 

Kenewal. [n.i.] (1898, no. 22386, Apr. 

8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1898.) 313 

Copyright by Mrs. G. D. Wilson. U. S. 

Slumber song. (Schlummerlied.) Com- 
posed by Auguste Van Biene. London, 
Egertoii & co. (1898, no. 21749, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 314 

Copyright by Egertou & co., Lon- 
don. 

Softly falls the twilight ray. Soprano 
or tenor solo and quartet or chorus. 
Arranged in part from Franz Abt. By 
Geo. B. Nevin. Milwaukee, Wis., 
Kohlhng sons' music co. (1898, no. 
21682, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 
1898.) 315 

Copyright by Eohlfing sons' music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Som et stille. Vifandaka. Opera i 3 
akter. Af Alfred Tofft. Texten af 
Einar Christiansen, no. 2. Key of E. 
Uddrag for piano red Louis Glass. 
KjObenhavn and Leipzig, Wilhelin 
Hansen. (1898, no. 21777, Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 316 

Copyright by Wilhelin Hansen, Co- 
penhagen, Denmark. 

Sonate in B-moll. (no. 4.) (Sonata in B 
flat major.) Pour l'orgue. Yon Lud- 
wig Boslet. op. 15. Leipzig, Eob. 
Forberg. [Drei orgelcompositionen.] 
(1898, no. 21764. Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 317 

Copyright by E. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Sonate no. 2. Fiir violine unci pianoforte. 
Von Desire Paque. op. 32. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 21761, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

318 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Song of ninety-eight. Words and music 

by J. Delano. Ottawa, 111., J. Delano. 

(i898.no. 21506. Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 319 

Copyright by J. Delano, Ottawa, 111. 

Song of the inconstant. By E. A. Paul- 
ton and M. Klein, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
22208, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 320 

Copyright by 0. Ditson co., Boston. 

Song of the nixies. (Nixensang.) For 
piano. By Ed Poldini. op. 20, no. 4. 
New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 
(1898,no. 22099, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 321 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 



Titles— Continued. 

Song of the reaper. Words by A. E. Mc- 
Farlane. Music by E. Hardy. Toron- 
to, Canada, Anglo-Canadian music pub. 
ass'n. ltd. (1898. no. 21751, Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 322 

Copyright by Anglo-Canadian music 
ass'n , ltd. /Toronto, Canada. 

Song of the sea shell. For soprano or 
tenor. Music and German version by 
M.Keller. Renewal, [n.i.] (1898, no. 
22379. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 323 

Copyright by Heirs of M. Keller, 
U.S. 

Song-land melodies. (1898, no. 21452, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

324 
Copyright by H. N. Lincoln, U. S. 

Sons of the sea. Part song for men's 
voices. Words by Geo. Coronway. 
Music by Geo. Marks Evans, no. 1935. 
Cincinnati. Ohio, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 22198. Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7. 1898). 325 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Sounds from the chapel. Melody for pi- 
ano. By J. M. Bradford. New York, 
Howley! Haviland & co. (1898, no. 
21713. Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 326 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

"Southern (The) star. March. By Phillip 
Menioli. Birmingham, Ala.. Southern 
music co. (1898, no. 6155, Jan. 17. 1 
copy rec'd Jan. 17, 1898; 1 copy Apr. 
4.) 327 

Copyright by Southern music co., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

*Spring is here. By J. H. Fillmore, no. 1. 
[Easter day.] Cincinnati, Ohio. Fill- 
more bros. " (1898, no. 12874, Feb. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898. ) 328 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

"Sunshine on the trail. Words by Capt. 
Jack Crawford. Music by S. L. Clary. 
St. Paul, Minn., Conover music co. 
(1898, no. 20631, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 31. 1898.) 329 

Copyright by Conover music co., St. 
Paul, Minn . 

Superb mandolin collection, by Samuel 
Siegel. Piano part. Chicago. Lvon & 
Healy. (1898, no. 21673. Apr. 4'. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 330 
Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Start (The). March and two-step. For 
piano. B v H. Zur Nieden. New York, 
H. Dennizer & son. (1898. no. 22203, 
Apr. 7. 2 copies received Apr. 7, 1898. ) 

331 
Copyright by H. Deunizer & son, 
New York. 

Story (The) I love to hear. Words and 
music by C. H. R. Miller. New York. 
Phelps music co. (1898. no. 22155, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1x98.) 332 

Copyright by C. H. R. Miller, Spring- 
held, Mass. 

Sunbeams, no. 2. A collection of origi- 
nal songs for the Sunday school. By 
Harold Mario w. Grand Rapids, Mich., 
Harold Marlow pub. co. (1897, no. 
72549. Dec. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 333 

Copyright by Mary H. Perkins, U. S. 

Superb mandolin collection. Cello part. 
By Samuel Siegel. Chicago, Lyon & 
Healv. (1898, no. 22194, Apr. 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 7. 1898. ) 334 
Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 

Mandola part. Bv Samuel Siegel. 

Chicago. Lyon & Healy. (1898, no. 
22195, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 335 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 

Siiss istdermai. (Ged. v. A. A. Naff.) Fiir 
eine singstimme. mit clavier begleitung. 
Componirt von Max Filke. op. 72. 
Leipzig, Otto Forberg. [Drei lieder, 
no. 3.] (1898, no. 21772. Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 336 

Copyright by O. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Sweet and low. Sacred song. Words 

bv Cleone Daniels. Music bv E. L. 

Ashford, [n. i.] (1898, no. 20687, Mar. 

31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 337 

Copvright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 

* Sweet memories of thee. (Redowa.) 
By F. Christopher. Arranged by F. 0. 
Gutman for 2 mandolins and guitar. 
Cleveland, Ohio, F. O. Gutman. (1898, 
no. 13908. Feb. 26. 1 copy rec'd Feb. 26, 
1898 ; 1 copy Apr. 4, 1898.) 338 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio.' 

Sweet name of Jesus. Words by W. C. 

Martin. Music bv B. C. Unsold, [n.i.] 

(1898.no. 21666, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 7, 1898.) 339 

Copvright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 



Titles— Contiuued. 

Sweetheart's delight. Waltz. For 4 
voices. By J. C. Macy. Mixed voices. 
Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898,no.22463, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 340 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Sylvia. Song, with pianoforte accom- 
paniment. Composed by F. E. Sawyer. 
New York, Edward Schubertli 6c co. 
[Three songs, no. 3.] (1898. no. 22541, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898. ) 341 
Copyright by Edward Schuherth &, 
co., New York. 

Table d'hote rhapsody. Humorous song. 
Written by Adrian Koss. Music by 
E.E.Rice. London, E. Ascherberg & 
co. (1898, no. 21750, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 342 

Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London. 

* Te Deum laudamus. By Charles Elliot. 

New York, Charles S. Elliot cV: co. 

[The American choir, v. 3, no. 54.] 

(1898, no. 13776. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 

1898.) 343 

Copyright by C. S. Elliot & co.. New 

York. 

Telephone (The) girl. Selection. By 

Gustav Kerker. [For piano.] [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 23259, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 344 

Copvright by T. B. Harms & co., New 

York. 

Ten years ago to-day. Words and music 

by William L.Walsh. New York. W. 

L. Walsh. (1898, no. 12270. Feb. 18. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 345 

Copyright by W. L.Walsh, New York. 

Terra tremuit. Offertoire pour le jour 
de Paques. Soprano, alto, tenor, et 
basse. Par Henri Fourrier. Baton 
Rouge, La., J. A. Fourrier. (1898, no. 
22591, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 
1898.) 346 

Copyright by J. A. Fourrier. Baton 
Rouge, La. 

"That's how he pays his way. Song. 
Written and composed by Albert 
Perrv. London. Francis. Pay A Hun- 
ter. ' (1898, no. 19887, Mar. 28. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 25, 1898.) 347 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. England. 

■'They have taken away my Lord. B} 
Finley Lyon. [The King triumphant.] 
no. 6. Cincinnati, Ohio, Fillmore bros. 
(1898, no. L2879, Feb. 21, 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 21, 1898.) 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 



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Titles — Continued. 



* They have taken away my Lord. 

Easter anthem. D. Protheroe, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 21675, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 1,1898.) 349 

Copyright by Rohlfing sons' ruusic 

co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

They've all gone in for 'ern. Written 
and composed by Harry Castling. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 23202, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 350 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

They were after her Gladstone bag. 
Written and composed by A. J. Mills. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 23203, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 351 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

Thou, O God, art praised in Zion. An- 
them. For soli and quartet. By Wal- 
ter 0. Wilkinson. New York. Edward 
Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 22332, Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 352 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

*Thou sweet gliding KedroD. Quartet 
for women's voices. By Finley Lyon. 
[The King triumphant.] no. 2. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Fillmore bros. (1898, 
no. 12880, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
21,1898.) 353 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Thousand (A) miles from home. Ballad. 

Bv S. C. Foster. Renewal, [n. i.] 
' (1898, no. 22384. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 354 

Copyright by Mrs. S. C. Foster, U. S. 

Three (The) angel visitants. For 6 
hands. Melody by C. M. Cady. Ar- 
ranged by W. Dressier. Renewal, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 22388, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 355 

Copyright bv Heirs of C. M. Cady, 
U.S. 

Thumb waltz. For 4 hands. By Alberto 

Himan, [n.i.] (1898, no. 21644, Apr. 4. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 356 

Copyright by A. Himan, New 

York. 

*'Tis best for you and me to part. Words 
and music by E. C. Valeria. Brooklvn, 
N. Y.,R. B. Treacv. (1898, no. 13663, 
Feb. 25. 1 copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898 ; 1 
copy Apr. 1, 1898. ^ 357 

Copyright by E. C. Van Slyke, U. S. 



* To my sweetheart. Auf meiner hcrz- 
liebsten augelein. (Heinrieh Heine.) 
English translation by Frieda Douty. 
For one voice, with pianoforte accompa- 
niment by Nicholas Douty. New York, 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel. [Three songs, 
no. 2.] (1898, no. 13288, Feb. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1898.) 358 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
New York. 

To Sigfride. ( Swedish love song.) Words 
by Frederick Peterson. Song, with 
pianoforte accompaniment, composed 
by F. E. Sawyer. New York, Edward 
Schuberth. [Three songs, no. 1.] (1898, 
no. 22539, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 359 

Copyright by E. Schuberth, New 
York. 

"Treasures of the heart. Song. Words 
and music by Mathilde Bilbro. Bir- 
mingham, Ala., Southern music co. 
(1898, no. 6156, Jan. 17. 1 copy rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1898 ; 1 copy Apr. 4, 1898. ) 360 
Copyright by Southern music co., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Trio (in F). Fur pianoforte, violine, und 

violoncell. Von Hans Ptitzner. op. 8. 

Berlin, N. Simrock. (1898, no. 22538, 

Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 361 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin, 

Germany. 

"Triumphant Zion, strike the chord. 
Easter hymn. Words by Ida Scott 
Taylor. Music by Fred Schilling. New 
York, G. Schirmer. [Schirmer's Easter 
annuals, no. 3.] (1898, no. 13918, Feb. 
2(5. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 26, 1898. ) 362 
Copvright bv G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

*'Twas in the lovely month of May. Im 
wunderschonen monat mai. (Heinrieh 
Heine.) English translation by Frieda 
Douty. For one voice, with piano- 
forte accompaniment by Nicholas 
Douty. New York, Breitkopf & Hiir- 
tel. [Three songs, no. 1.] (1898, no. 
13286, Feb. 23. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 
1898.) 363 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
New York. 

Und geh' doch nienmnd an. (Ged. v. 
Anna Ritter.) Fur eine singstimme, 
mit clavierbegleitung. Componirt von 
Max Filke. op. 72. Leipzig, Otto For- 
berg. [Drei lieder. no. 1.] (1898, no. 
21770, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 364 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig, 
German v. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Under the starry banner. March and 

two-step. By Isador Sachs, op. 14. 

Piano, [n.i.] (1898, no. 22018, Apr. 6. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 365 

Copyright by Isador Sachs, New 

York. 

Yalse of the mnses. Composed for the 
piano by Bertha Wattenscheidt. Bal- 
timore, Md., J. P. Lammers. (1898, no. 
22474, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 366 

Copyright by J. P. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Van Cortlandt. March. By Richard 

Edwin Sause. [For piano. | New York, 

Myll bros. (1898, no. 21509, Apr. 4. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 367 

Copyright by Myll bros., New 

York. 

Variations on chorale St. Anthony. By 

Brahms. iEolian arrangement, no. 

10392, [n. i.] (1898, no. 18061, Mar. 17. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 368 

Copyright by iEolian co., Meriden, 

Conn. 

*Vatergruft(Die). (VonL. Uhland.) Fiir 
eine singstimme, mit clavierbeglei- 
tung, you Heinrich vou Herzogenberg. 
op. 100. Balladen fiir eine mittlere 
stirume. Band 1. Leipzig, J. Rieter- 
Biedermann. [Balladen nndromanzen. 
no. 2.] (1898, no. 9173, Feb. 2. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 369 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Vaterhaus (Das). Gedicht von Wiede- 
mann. Lied mit clavierbegleitung, 
von G. Winter, op. 6, no. 1. Leipzig, 
A.H.Payne. [Dur nnd moll. Jan. 2, 
heft. 7.] (1898, no. 22532, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 370 

Copyright by A. H. Payne, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Vaterlandslied. Gedicht von A. Silber- 
stein. Fiir miinnerchor. Komponirt 
von Mathieu Neumann, op. 34. Offen- 
bach a. Main, Johann Andre. [Zwei 
manuerchore. no. 2.] (1898, no. 22528, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 371 
Copyright by J. Andre, Offenbach a. 
Main, Germany. 

Vater-unser. Worte nach der " Heiligen 
Schrift." Fiir miinnerchor, mit solo- 
quartett. Komponirt von Mathieu Neu- 
mann, op. 33. Offeubach a. Main, Jo- 
hann Andre, [no. 15050.] (1898, no. 
22529, Apr. 9. "2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 372 

Copyright by J. Andro, Offenbach a. 
Main, Germany. 

18977— Yoi. 15, No. 1 4 



Titles — Continued. 

*Versunkene (Das) kloster. (Yon L. 
Uhland.) Fiir eine singstimme, rait 
clavierbegleitung, von Heinrich von 
Herzogenberg. op. 101. Balladen fiir 
eine hohere stimme. Band 2. Leipzig, 
J. Rieter-Biedermann. [Balladen und 
romanzen. no. 5.] (1898, no. 9180, Feb. 
2. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 373 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Veteran's (The) farewell. By L. Walter 
Mason and Johanna Kinkel. [Octavo 
ed.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 21692, Apr. 4. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 374 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

* Viking (The) waltz. For piano. By 

N. S. Helmers. San Francisco, Cal., 

Model music store. (1898, no. 13755. 2 

copies rec'd Feb . 25, 1898. ) 375 

Copyright by N. S. Helmers, San 

Francisco, Cal. 

Violets. (Veilchen.) Gavotte. Salon 
music for the piano. By Charles Mor- 
ley. op. 85. Revised and fingered by 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. (1898, no. 23735, Apr. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 376 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

Voluntaries for the organ. (L. Mourlaus.) 

Compiled and revised bv G. Burton. 

v. 1. (1898, no. 22614, Apr. 9. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 377 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 

York. 

Voluntarv in C. Organ. O. B. Bird. 

op. 78, [n. i.] (1898, no. 21897, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 378 

Copyright by Geo. Molineux. New 

York. 

Voluntary no. 5. Organ. J. \Y. Lerman. 

[n.i.] (1898, no. 21898, Apr. 5. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 879 

Copyright bv Geo. Molineux. New 

York. 

*Vom treuen Walther. (Von L. Uhland. ) 
Fiir eine singstimme, mit olavierbe- 
gleitung. Von Heinrich von Her/ogen- 
berg. op. 101. Balleden fur eine hohere 
stimme. Hand 2. Leipzig, J. Rieter- 
Biedermann. 1 Balladen nnd roman- 
zen. no. 2.] (1898, no. 9177. Feb. 2. 2 
copies reo'd Fob. 2. L898.) 380 

Copyright b\ J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig. Germany . 



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Titles — Continued . 

Vor-und nachspiele. Zum gebrauche bei 
dem katholischen gottesdienste. (Pre- 
ludes.) Pour l'orgue. Von Ludwig 
Boslet. op. 16. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 
[Drei orgelcompositionen.] (1898, no. 
21765, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 381 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Vous souvient-il? Idylle. Pour piano. 

Par Paul Wacbs. Paris, France, Heugel 

etcie. (1898, no. 22273. Apr. 8. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 382 

Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris, 

France. 

Warrior (Tbe) earl of Allendale. Song 
from tbe music set to Tennyson's " For- 
esters." Composed bv Courtenay Gale. 
London, Weekes & co. (1898, no. 21423, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1,1898.) 383 
Copyright by C. Gale, Lutton, Eng- 
land. 

"■Watermelon (De) rag. A coon spasm. 
By E. F. Dillebar. 2 mandolins and 
guitar. Cleveland, Ohio, F. O. Gutman. 
(1898, no. 13913, Feb. 26. 1 copy rec'd 
Feb. 26, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

384 
Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Welcome song. AVords and music by 
Frater Wm. B. Godfrey, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 22196, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 385 

Copyright by Grand fraternity, Phil- 
adelphia. 

*Well-lmown and favorite melodies ar- 
ranged in an easy manner for piano 
solo. ByT. L. Rickabv. Philadelphia, 
Theodore Pressor. (1898, no. 18987, 
Mar. 22. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1898.) 

386 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

What ho! ye gray-beard mariners. Men's 
voices. Geo. B. Nevin. Milwaukee, 
Wis., Rohlfing sons' music co. (1898, 
no. 21680, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 
1898.) / 387 

Copyright by Rohlfing sons' music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

What would the world say? Song and 
chorus. Words and music by Charles 
Moreland. New York, Howley, Havi- 
land & co. (1898, no. 21708, Apr. 4. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 388 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

What ver gwine ter do about it, honev? 
Words by C. W. Hird. Music by L. C. 
True. Boston, H. F. Odell & co. (1898, 
no. 22051, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 389 

Copyright by H. F. Odell & co., Bos- 
ton. 

* When earth is young again. Easter 
hymn. Words by Ida Scott Taylor. 
Music by Fred Schilling. New York, 
G. Schiriner. [Schirmer's Easter an- 
nuals, no. 2.] (1898, no. 13917, Feb. 26. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 26, 1898.) 390 

Copyright by G. S chirm er, New 
York. 

When grandma was a little girl. Words 
and music by H. C. Yerner. Duet. Chi- 
cago, S. Brainard's sons co. (1898, no. 
21918, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 25, 
1898.) 391 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 

Male quartet. Chicago, S. Brainard's 

sons co. (1898, no. 21919, Apr. 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 25, 1898.) 392 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 

Mandolin combination. Chicago, S. 

Brainard's sons co. (1898, no. 21920, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 25. 1898.) 

393 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 

Mixed quartet. Chicago, S. Brain- 
ard's sons co. (1898, no. 21921, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 25, 1898. ) 394 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 

When love was young. Song. For cor- 
net or baritone. By Jessie L. Gaynor. 
Arranged by Edward Beyer. [For 
band.] Philadelphia, Harry Coleman. 
(1898, no. 23100. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 395 

Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 

When the swallows homeward fly. Song. 

Abt. No. 4092, [n.i.] (1898, no. 21817, 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 396 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

When Uncle Sam puts on his uniform. 
Words and music by Barrington L. 
Brannan. New York, William J. A. 
Lieder. (1898, no. 21084, Apr. 1. 2 cop- 
ies reed Apr. 5, 1898.) 397 
Copyright bv B. L. Brannan, New 
York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Whispering hope. A la valse varie. By 

E.Mack. Renewal, [n.i.] (1898, no. 

22359, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd. Apr. 5, 

1898.) 398 

Copyright hy Mrs. E. Mack, U. S. 

White heather. Two-step. By Manuel 
Klein. [For piano. J New York, How- 
ley, Haviland & co. (1898, no. 22687, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 399 
Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

White rose polka. For 6 hands. Cora- 
posed by J. Becht. (C.Kinkel.) Ar- 
ranged bv Win. Dressier. Renewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22357, Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 400 
Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Wild-flower march. For 4 performers on 
2 pianos. (8 hands.) Composed by 
C. Kinkel. Arranged by Wm. Dress- 
ier. Renewal, [n.i. "J (1898, no. 22366, 
Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 401 
Copyright by K. Kinkel, U. S. 

Wings of snow. Sacred solo. By M. A. 

Hart. Chicago, S. Brainard's sons co. 

(1898, no. 21917, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 25, 1898.) 402 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 

Winner's new school for the cabinet or- 
gan. Renewal. Boston, Oliver Ditson 
co. (1898, no. 22283, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 403 

Copyright by S. Winner, U. S. 

Winner's new school for the flute. Re- 
newal. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 22282, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 404 

Copyright by S. Winner, U. S. 

Winner's new school for the piano. Re- 
newal. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 22281, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5. 1898.) 405 

Copyright by S. Winner, U. S. 

Winthrop cycle club march. By Fred. J. 
Strachan. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 21690, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 406 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

Witch (The). (Die hexe.) For piano. 
Bv Ed. Poldini. op. 20, no. 3. New 
York, Edward Schuberth & co. ( 1898, 
no. 22098, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 107 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

*With the lilies I will praise Him. Eas- 
ter hymn. Words by Ida Scott Taylor. 
Music by Fred Schilling. New York r 
G. Schirmer. [Schirmer s Easter annu- 
als, no. 4.] (1898, no. 13915, Feb. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 26, 1898.) 40& 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Wonneleben am Rhein. op. 13. Von? 
Johaun Ruland Aysslinger. (Fiirman- 
nerchor.) Offenbach, Germany, Johann 
Andre. (1898, no. 22101, Apr. 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 409 
Copyright by J. Andre', Offenbach,. 
Germany. 

Woodbird. (Waldvoglein ) Salon music 
for the piano. By J. Vogt. op. 80, no. 
2. Revised and lingered by A. Bech- 
ter. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
(1898. no. 23736, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898.) 410 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Woodland march. By E.Mack. Renewal, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 22363, Apr. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 411 
Copyright by Mrs. E. Mack, U. S. 

Yankee (The) boy. Two-step march. By 
Paul Rubens. [For piano.] New York, 
Howley, Haviland & co. (1898, no. 
21707, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4 
1898.) 412 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Young violinist; or, first instructions in 
violin playing. By G. Wichtl. (Re- 
newal.) Boston, Oliver Ditson. (1898, 
no. 22285, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 413 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

You're all right, but yon can't come in. 
Words by R. J.Morris. Music bv Rus- 
sell Fox. New York, A. M. Hall. (1898, 
no. 5, Jan. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) HI 

Copyright by Morris & Fox. New 
York. 
You've broken a heart to-day. Words by 
Raymond A. Browne. Music by Charles 
A. Coleman. New York. 1 low ley. Havi- 
land & co. (1898, no. 22686, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1896.) ll*> 

Copyright by Howley. Haviland A 
co.. New York. 

X.L. C. R. March. By George Prntting. 
[For band.] Philadelphia, Harrj I 
man. (1896, no. 23103, Apr. 11. -cop- 
ies rcc'.l Apr. P. L896*) *16 
Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia, 



52 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

<Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Alaska and the Klondike. (1898, no. 

13862, Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

^1898.) 1 

-Copyright by AYalter II. Knight, New 

York. 

"Belmont, Belknap county, X. H. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 22216, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Brookings, Brookings county, S. Dak. 

Feb., 1898. (1898, no. 22217, Apr. 7. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Chatham, Columbia county, N. Y. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 22486, Apr. 8. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Clinton, Dewitt county, 111. Mar., 1898. 

(1898, no. 22725, Apr.*9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

-Colorado (Flowers's map of). (1898, no. 
18086, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 6 

Copyright by John M. Flowers, Den- 
ver, Colo. * 

Darlington, Darlington county, S, C. 

Feb., 1898. (1898, no. 22219, Apr. 7. 2 

•copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1828.) 7 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Divided love. (1898, no. 22524, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 8 

Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 

Dunkirk, Chautauqua count}', N. Y. 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 22483, Apr. 8. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Elk Point, Union county, S. Dak. Mar., 

1898. Insurance map. (1898, no. 21922, 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by Sanboru-Perrismap co., 

ltd., New York. 

Elkton, S. Dak. 1898. (1898, no. 20232, 
Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 

11 
Copyright by Frank E. Peterson, Ver- 
milion, S. Dak. 



Eutaw, Green county, Ala. Mar., 1898. 

(1898, no. 22724, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co v 

ltd., New York. 

Evening (The) Post map of Cuba. (1898, 

no. 22720, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 13 

Copyright by The Evening post pub. 

co, New York. 

Fairmount, Vermilion county, 111. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 22218, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Forestville, Chautauqua county, N. Y. 

Feb., 1898. (1898, no. 22485. Apr. 8. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 15 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Greenville, Pitt comity, N. C. Mar., 1898. 

(1898, no. 22723, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Sanboru-Perrismap co., 

ltd., New York. 



Gurlev, Madison county, Ala. Mar. 

(1898, no. 22222, Apr.*7. 2 copies' rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

j Hudson county, N.J. v. 10. 1898. (In- 
surance maps of. ) (1898, no. 20727. Mar. 
31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) ' 18 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Huntsville. Madison county, Ala. Feb., 

1898. (1898, no. 22221, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Location of battle fields of Virginia. 

(1898, no. 20983, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Chesapeake and Ohio 

R. E. co., Washington, D. C. 

Maxton, Robeson county, N. C. March, 

1898. (1898, no. 22220, Apr. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS-Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Palestine, showing the journey of Jesus. 

(1898, no. 13430, Feb. 24. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by E. A. Bishop, Racine, 

Wis. 

Palestine, showing the places visited by 
Jesus. (1898, no. 13429, Feb. 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 23 
Copyright by E. A. Bishop, Racine. 
Wis. 

Pittsford, Monroe county, N. Y. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 22484, Apr. 8. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Portsmouth, Rockingham county, X. H. 

Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 22223, Apr. 7. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Rainey's outline map of Pittsburg coal 

bed from Pittsburg to West Virginia. 

[new ed.] (1896, no. 36122, B2, June 20. 

1 copy rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 26 

Copyright by C.T.Rainey, Pittsburg, 

Pa. 



Titles — Continued. 

Salisbury beach, Essex county, Mass. 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 22722, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 27 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Series of diagram maps of the navies, no. 
3. Showing the present position of 
the war vessels of the United States- 
and Spanish navies Apr. 6, 1898. (1898, 
no. 22215, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1893.) 2& 

Copyright by Journal newspaper co., 
Boston. 

Shell lake, Washburn county, Wis. Mar., 

1898. (1898. no. 22721, Apr. 9. 2 copies. 

rec'd Apr. 9,' 1898.) 29 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Somersworth, Stafford county, N. H. 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 22488, Apr. 8. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map. 

co., ltd., New York. 

War map of Cuba. Size, 23 by 36 inches. 
Scale, 25 miles to 1 inch. (1898, no. 
21518, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 
1898.) 

Copyright by J. L. Smith, Philadel- 
phia. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



*Abeille et fleurs. After Popinean. 

(1898, no. 18907, Mar. 21 . 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 21, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

Another tragedy. (1898, no. 21924, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

" Au nouvel an " After Madrazo. ( 1898, 

no. 18911, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 

21, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

*Autorane (I/). 3i x 3 in. (1898, no. 

19927, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 

1898.) 4 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York and Paris. 

* Bonnet par dossus les moulins. After 

C. Delort. (1898, no. 18916, Mar. 21. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 



Chain (A) of events. (1898, no. 21925, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 6- 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Compliment (A). (1898. no. 21920, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inann, New York. 

Couldn't do it. (1898. no. 21927, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann. New York. 

Couldn't sleep. (1898, no. 21928, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) " } 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, Now York. 

*Coupole du grand escalier, 5 > v 
(1898,no. 19918, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 28, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by -Iran Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant A. CO., Now York. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Destined to learn something. (1898, no. 

21929, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 11 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 

niann, New York. 

Different requirements. (1898, no. 21930, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 12 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Disillusion. (1898, no. 21931, Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

*Distillerie de la Benedictine. Bureaux 
de la direction. 5^x8 in. (1898, no. 
19917, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar, 28, 
1898.) 14 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joy ant & co., New York. 

Don't (The) worry movement. (1898, no. 

21932, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 15 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Dorothy's new spring hat. (1898, no. 

21933. Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1898.) 16 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Double barreled. (1898, no. 21931, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 17 

Copy right by Keppler &. Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

During the controversy. (1898, no. 21935, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 18 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Easter morning. (1898. no. 21936, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Easter (The) hare. (1898, no. 22601, Apr. 
9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Pirie MacDonald, Al- 
bany. N. Y. 

Easter (An) sermon. 1898, no. 21937, Apr. , 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6. 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- | 
mann, New York. 

Elegant (An) afternoon costume. 1898, 

no. 21140. Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 

1898.) 22 

Copvright by S. M. Baldwin, New 

York. 



Titles — Continued. 

* En recreation. After Madeline Lemaire. 

1898, no. 18912, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 21, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joy ant & co., Paris and New 

York. 

End (The) of the Spanish-American bull 

fight. 1898, no. 22741, Apr. 9. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 

York. 

Engravings. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 
and 12. 1898, nos. 22728 to 22739, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898.) 25-36 

Copyright by M. H. S. Lawson, Balti- 
more, Md. 

£te' (L'). 31x3 in. (1898, no. 19929, 
Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898. ) 

37 
Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

Facteur (Le). After B. Leminnier. (1898, 

no. 18915, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 

21,1898.) 38 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 

* Fontaine en fer forge. (1898. no. 19919, 

Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 

39 
Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi,. 
Joyant & co., New York. 

For appearance sake. (1898, no. 21938, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 40 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Good (A) purchase. (1898, no. 21939, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

* Grand (Le) escalier. 5Jx7i in. (1898, 

no. 19920. Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
28,1898.) 42 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

Grant (General ). (1898, no. 18525, Mar. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 43 
Copyright by A. \V. Elson & co., 
Boston. 

* Indre. ( 1898, no. 13756, Feb. 25. 2 cop- 

ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by F. Whitney, Lakeside, 
111. 

In the arid district. (1898, no. 21940, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 4o 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
raaim, New York. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Con tinned. 

It is true, darling, that I play the races, 

etc. (1898, no. 21724, Apr. 4. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 46 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 

New York. 

Judge's puzzle pictures, 12th contest, 

series 3. (1898, no. 22740, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 

York. 

Kissing (The) way. (1898, no. 21941, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
Dianii, New York. 

* La toilette de Pierrette. After Madrazo. 

(1898, no. 18910, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 21, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

*Laitiere normande. After C. Chenne- 
viere. (1898, no. 18908, Mar. 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 50 
Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

* L'Ecrivain public. After Marcillo. 

(1898, no. 18909, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 21, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

Lent, final observances. (1898, no. 21723, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 52 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 

*L'Hiver. 3| x 10*. (1898, no. 19930, 
Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898. ) 

53 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

Lilies. (1898, no. 22391, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by C. F. W. Mielatz, New 
York. 

London's degeneration. (1898, no. 21912, 
Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 55 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Mc!! don't be afraid. (1898, no. 22743, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 56 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 

Miller's (The) daughter. (1898, no. 22523, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898.) 57 
Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 

Mother (The) church. (The first church 

of Christ, scientist.) (1898. no. 22727. 

Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by James F. Oilman, I '. 8. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mother McKinley at the portals of heaven. 

(1898, no. 21725, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by G. S. Perhacs, New 

York. 

Mures et fleurs. After Popineau. (1898, 

no. 18906, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Mar, 

21,1898.) 60 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant &■ co., Paris and New York. 

Only (The) possible part. (1898, no. 

21943, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 61 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 

Outsharping a sharper. (1898, no. 21944, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 62 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Painful (A) possibility. (1898, no. 21945, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 63 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



Pert (A) question. (1898, no. 21946, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 64 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Pirie MacDonald's pets. (1898, no. 22602, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 65 
Copyright by P. MacDonald, Albany, 
N.Y. 

Portrait study of child. (1898, no. 22600, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898. ) 66 
Copyright by Pirie MacDonald, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 

* Premieres (Les) roses. After Madeleine 

Lemaire. (1898, no. 18913, Mar. 21. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., Paris and New York. 

Prenez garde a la peiuture. After C. 

Delort. (1898, no. 18914. Mar. 21. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898. ) 68 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co.. Paris and New York. 

Printemps(Le). 3fxl0£in. (1898, no. 

19928, Mar. 28. 2 copies recM Mar. 28, 

1898.) 69 

Copyright by Jean Boussod. Manzi, 

Joyant & CO., New York A Paris. 

Registering a protest. (1898, no. 21917. 

Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898J 70 

Copyright by Keppler A Schwai - 

maun. New York. 

*Salle de abbe's, i: \ S in. (1898, no. 
19922. Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28. 
1898.) n 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, M 
Joyant & co.. New \ ork. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Salle de distillation. 4f x 8 in. (1898, 
no. 19921, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
28,1898.) 72 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

* Scene on Milwaukee river, showing 
pleasure steamers and boats, etc. ( L898, 
no. 18371, Mar. 18. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
18,1898.) 73 

Copyright by Clark eng. co., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 

She sympathizes. (1898, no. 21948, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Solution (A) to the Maine explosion. 
(1898, no. 22599, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 9, 1898,) 75 

Copyright by Frank S. Chance, Ma- 
rion, Ind. 

Spanish tars and torpedo boats. (1898, 

no. 22019, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 

1898.) 76 

Copyright by Leslie's weekly, New 

York. 

Study for the figure of St. Gabriel by John 

La Farge for the church of the Paulist 

Fathers. (1898, no. 22157, Apr. 7. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by J. La Farge, Boston. 

Surprising. (1898, no. 21949. Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 78 

Copyright by Keppler &, Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Terrasse de la salle des Abbes. 5£ x 8£ 
in. (1898, no. 19923, Mar. 28. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 79 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

Two cases of poverty. (1898, no. 21950, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 80 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Underhand (An) thrust. (1898, no. 21951, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. } 81 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Unlucky " 13." (1898, no. 22742, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 82 

Copyright bv Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 

* Vue d'ensemble. 8 x 5^ in. (1898, no. 
19921, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28 
1898.) 83 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

* Yue exterieure des bureaux de la direc- 
tion. 5i x 8 in. (1898, no. 19925,Mar. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 84 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

* Yue generate. 4tx8in. (1898. no. 19926, 
Mar^28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 85 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

What it signified. (1898. no. 21952, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr 6, 1898.) 86 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
rnann, New York. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Come all. (1898, no. 22604, Apr. 9. 2 I On the bum. (1898. no. 22603, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 1 I copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 4 

Copyright bv Koerner & Haves, I Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, 

Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. 



"Easter blossoms. (Azaleas and lilacs.) 

(1898. no. 20426, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 30, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Great American tea 

co., New York. 

Fills the bill. (1898, no. 22605, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright bv Koerner &, Hayes, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Pacemakers. (1898, no. 22606, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

United States battle ship Kentucky. 

(1898, no. 22607, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by G. H. Buck, New York. 






57 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles — Continued. 

Across place de la Concorde. Paris, 1701. 
(1898, no. 21957, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Wm, H. Ran, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Adoration. (1898, no. 17704, Mar. 15. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1898. ) 2 

Copyright by W. N. Van Aman, Suf- 
fern, N. Y. 

*A11 aboard. (1898, no. 17951, Mar. 16. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright by F. I. Miller, Chicago. 

All coons look alike to me. (1898, no. 
22608, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 4 

Copyright by A. T. Procter, Hunting- 
ton, W. Ta. 

* Almy. no. 874. (1898, no. 20138, Mar. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alpine (An) elevator to the clonds, Mount 
Pilatus, Switzerland. (1898, no. 22492, i 
Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 6 , 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- ! 
wood, New York. 

American consulate, Havana. 1461. (1898, 
no. 22257, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 7 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- j 
phia. 

American stock. (1898, no. 20521, Mar. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898. ) 8 

Copyright by F.W. Guerin, St. Louis. ' 
Mo. 

At the wine press. Bingen. no. 1406. 
(1898, no. 21960, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Autumn. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 22771, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Bachelors' buttons. (1898, no. 22500, Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 11 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

Belle (La) Maie. no. 1. (1898, no. 21146, 
Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 12 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Brann (W. C.) The apostle, no. 1. (1898, 

no. 22610, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

9,1898.) 13 

Copyright by J. C. Deane, Waco, Tex. 



Titles — Continued. 

Brann (W. C.) The apostle, no. 2. 

(1898, no. 22611, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by J. C. Deane, Waco, 

Tex. 

No. 3. (1898, no. 22612, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by J. C. Deane, Waco, Tex. 

Bringing in the grapes. Biugen. 17481. 
(1898, no. 21955, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Calhoun (John C.) (1898, no. 21531, Apr. 
4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 17 

Copyright by W. T. D'ole, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Capitol at Washington. (1898, no. 21726, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 18 
Copyright by A. W.Elson & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Capt. Sigsbee and Lt. Wainwright of the 
Maine, no. 1454. (1898, no. 22254, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 19 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Cathedral where Columbus' body lies. 
Havana. 1464. (1898, no. 22255, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Changing horses at Arc de Triomphe, 
Paris. 17498. (1898, no. 21965, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 21 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Choate (Rufus). (1898, no. 21530, Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 22 

Copyright by W. T. Dole. Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Columbus memorial chapel, Havana. 
1463. (1898, no. 22238, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Coquet (The). (1898, no. 11107. Feb. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8. 1898.) 24 

Copyright by R. Dudensing & son, 
New York. 

Cozy (A) corner in the queen's parlors, 
royal palace, Stockholm. Sweden. 
(1898, no. 22496, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8. 1898.) 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Death of Orpheus. 11 x 14. (1898, no. 

22766, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 26 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Double (The) giant white poppy. (1898, 
no. 22493, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 27 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

Easter, no. 3. (1898, no. 22227, Apr. 7. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by T. Zweifel, Dulutb, 
Minn. 

Eiffel tower. Paris. X 1441. (1898, no. 
21956, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 29 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

*Expectation. f 1898, no. 11103, Feb. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by R. Dudensing &. son, j 
New York. 

♦Fairfax (Lettice). no. 9. (1898, no. , 

14418, Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, | 
1898 i 31 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. \ 

no. 10. (1898, no. 14419, Feb. 28. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1898. ) 32 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

no. 11. (1898, no. 14420, Feb. 28. 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 33 I 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Figure of fortune. 8x10. (1898, no. : Girl in pink and green. 8x10. (1898, 

22780, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, I no. 22767, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 34 : 1898.) 46 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fortified R. R. station at Empaline, 
Cuba. 1470. (1898, no. 22231, Apr. 7. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 39 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Fortissimo, no. 1. (1898, no. 22225, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by T. Zweifel, Duluth, 
Minn. 

Gateway of Colon cemetery, Havana, 
no. 1458. (1898, no. 22228, Apr. 7. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 41 

Copyright by Win. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Gathering grapes. Bingen. no. 1402. 
(1898, no. 21954, Apr. 5. " 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 

Gen. Lee, Capt. Sigsbee, andcapt., U. S. S. 
Fern. no. 1457. (1898, no. 22233, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Gen. Lee sitting on chair recovered from 
Maine, no. 1453. (1898, no. 22243, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Gen. Warfield greeting Gen. Dickinson. 

(1898, no. 18904, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 21, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by Charles Weidner, San 

Francisco, Cal. 



First (The) cigar. (1898, no. 22609, Apr. 
9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by A. T. Procter, Hunting- 
ton, W. Va. 

♦Flirtation. (1898, no. 11106, Feb. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1898.) ' 36 

Copyright by R. Dudensing & son, 
New York. 

♦Flower (The) girl. (1898, no. 11104, 
Feb. 11. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1898.) 

37 
Copyright by R. Dudensing & son, 
New York. 

Fort at Iaraca R. R. station, Cuba. 1471. 
(1898, no. 22236, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 



11x14. (1898, no. 22778, Apr. 9. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Girl in yellow. 8x10. C1898, no. 22774, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 48 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Girl with azaleas. 8x10. (1898, no. 

22770, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 49 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Girl with cherries. 11x14. (1898, no. 

22784, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 50 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Girl with teacup. 8x10. (1898, no. 

22773, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 

1898.) 51 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Gladiolus. 8x10. (1898, no. 22772, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

* Golf (The) girl. (1898, no. 11102, Feb. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1898.) 53 

Copyright by B. Dudensing & son, 
New York. 

Gotha (The) canal at Trollhattan, Swe- 
den. (1898, no. 22498, Apr. 8. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

Grasse (Edwin). (1898, no. 22505, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 55 

Copyright by Dr. Louis Grasse, New 
York. 

Graves of the Maine's sailors, Colon ceme- 
tery, Havana, no. 1459. (1898. no. 
22253, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 56 

Copyright by Wm. H. Eau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Group of sailors aud Maine's cat. no. 
1456. (1898, no. 22258, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Wm. H. Eau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Harvesting the vinevard. Bingen. 17478. 
(1898, no. 21953, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by William H. Eau, Phila- 
delphia. 

Headquarters of the Suez canal co., Port 
Said, Egypt. (1898, no. 22491, Apr. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

Historv, mythology, and tradition. 8x10. 

(1898\ no. 22786, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Hotel de Ville and the Seine, Paris. 
X 1418. ( 1898, no. 21966, Apr. 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 61 
Copyright by William H. Ean. Phila- 
delphia. 

Hotel Inglaterra, residence of General 
Lee, Havana. 1460. (1898, no. 22217, 
Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7. 1898.) 62 
Copyright by Wm. 11. Kan. Philadel- 
phia. 



Indian camp. (1898, no. 21828, Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 63 

Copyright by A. Hallet, Boston. 

* Indiana, U.S.N. 857a. (1898, no. 20343, 
Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1898.) 

64 
Copyright by J. S. .Johnston, New 
York. 

Interior, chapel of Montscrate, Matanzas, 
Cuba. 1472. (1898, no. 22235, Anr. 7. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 



In the vineyard. Bingen, x 1404. (; 
no. 21958, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 66 

Copyright by Wm. H. Eau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Johnson (Andrew). (1898, no. 21974, Apr. 
5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by M.P. Eice, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

*Khaldah. no. 1. (1898, no. 19664, Mar. 
25. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 68 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

no. 2. (1898, no. 19665, Mar. 25. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 69 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

no. 3. (1898, no. 19666, Mar. 25. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Kinnekulle (The) range from lake 
Wenern, Sweden. (1898, no. 22495. Apr. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by Underwood i.V Under- 
wood, New York. 

Knapp (The) roller boat and its inventor. 
(1898, no. 15349, Mar. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by Win. Thomson Free- 
land, Toronto, Canada. 

Knowledge and truth. {1898. no, 21827, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6. 1898. 73 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co.. New York. 

Lady trick riders. (P. B., no. H\ 9 sheets 

(1898, no. L0846, Feb. 10. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 7l 

Copyright by Strobridge li t ho. co.. 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Last (The) words ot Martin 1. other. 
(1898, no. 21826, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1898.) 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
ra ting co.. New York. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Late (The) Miss Frances E. Willard, pres. 

W. C. T. U. 1924. (1898, no. 22490, 

Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 76 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 

Littleton, N. H. 

Law. 8x10. (1898, no. 22782, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

* Lawrence (Miriam), no. 1. (1898, no. 

15617, Mar. 5. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 5, 

1898.) 78 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

no. 2. (1898, no. 15618, Mar. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 5, 1898.) 79 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

"Lilium candidum." The most chaste 
of lilies. (1898, no. 22494, Apr. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 80 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

Lincoln (Abraham). (1898, no. 21973, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 81 
Copyright by M. P. Rice, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Little (A) turf-covered cottage in the 
woods, Smalands, Sweden. (1898, no. 
22497. Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 82 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

Loading a biitte. Bingen. X1403. (1898, 
no. 21959, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 83 

Copyright by Wm, H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 

March. 11x14. (1898, no. 22787, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 84 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Market scene. Paris. X 1390. (1898, no. 
21962, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 85 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 

Matanzas. A starving Cuban. Cuba. 
1465. (1898,no.22239, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 86 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Mitchell (Dr. S. Weir). (1898, no.17730, 

Mar. 15. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1898.) 

87 
Copyright by Meynen & co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Morning. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 22779, Aor. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 88 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

New Englaud village scene. 8x10. 

(1898, no. 22768, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) ' 89 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

11 x 14. (1898, no. 22769, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 90 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 
On the terrace. 8x10. (1898, no. 22777. 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 91 
Copyright by Curtis &. Cameron, 
Boston. 
" On to fortune." (1898, no. 22020, Apr. 6. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 92 

Copyright by Gies & co., New York. 
*Our pet. (1898, no. 11105. Feb. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1898 . ) 93 

Copyright by R. Dudensing & son, 
New York. 
Out for a lark. (1898, no. 22788. Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 94 

Copyright by Knaffl & bro., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 
Panorama and Eiffel tower. Paris. X 
1426. (1898, no. 21964, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 95 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 
Paris. Eiffel tower from Trocadero. no. 
1442. (1898, no. 22241, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 96 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 
Pennsvlvania (The) limited. (Front 
view.) (1898, no. 22060, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by Lawrence & Dinius, 
Chicago. 

Side view. (1898, no. 22059, Apr. 6. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898. ) 98 

Copyright by Lawrence & Dinius, 
Chicago. 
Pevser (Arthur), no. 2. (1897, no. 42411, 
July 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 99 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
Plaza de armas. Havana. 1462. (1898, 
no. 22256, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 100 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 
Portrait of a lady. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 
22781, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 101 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 
President McKinley's special com- 
missioner and wife. no. 1455. (1898, 
no. 22245, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
7, 1898.) 102 

Copyright by Wm. H. Ran, Philadel- 
phia. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Reconcentrados at Matanzas. Cuba. 
1468. (1898, no. 22246, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'dApr.7, 1898.) 103 

Copyright by Wni. H. Pan, Philadel- 
phia. 

Salvini (Mrs. Alexander), nos. 1-4. (1898, 
nos. 21147-21150, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 4, 1898.) 104-7 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

■ (1898, no. 21967, Apr. 5. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 108 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

(1898, no. 21968, Apr. o, 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Seven (The) sisters' Ease, with honey- 
suckle. (1898, no. 22499, Apr. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 110 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 

* Six of the ex-mayors of Brooklyn. (1898, 

no. 13966, Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 

1898.) Ill 

Copyright by G. S. Silvia, Brooklyn, 

N.Y. 

Solace, no. 2. (1898, no. 22226, Apr. 7. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by T. Zweifel, Duluth, 
Minn. 

Sonata recitando, molto niosso miserere. 

(1898, no. 21831, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 5, 1898.) 113 

Copyright by Herman L. Sturtevant, 

Hanover, Mass. 

pin. vivo. (1898, no. 21830, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 114 

Copyright by Herman L. Sturtevant, 
Hanover, Mass. 



poco adagio. (1898, no. 21829, Apr. 

5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 115 

Copyright by Herman L. Sturtevant, 
Hanover, Mass. 

Spanish scouts. Yamuri valley. Cuba. 
1467. (1898, no. 22252, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 116 

Copyright by Wm. H. Ran, Philadel- 
phia. 

Spanish soldiers arriving at Aguacate. 
no. 1469. (1898, no. 22229, Apr. 7. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 117 

Copyright by Wm. H. Ran, Philadel- 
phia. 

Speak for yourself, John. (1898, no. 
22789, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 118 

Copyright bv C. M. Bell, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



Spirit of the woods. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 
22785, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 119 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 
Stanton (Edwin M.; no. 1. (1898, no. 
21971, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 120 

Copyright by M. P. Rice, Washing- 
ton^. C. 

do. 2. (1898, no. 21972, Apr. 5. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1898. ) 12 1 

Copyright bv M. P. Rice, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Starving Cubans at Matanzas, Cuba. 
1466. (1898, no. 22251, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 122 

Copyright by Wm. H. Ran, Philadel- 
deldelphia. 
Stevens (Thaddeus). no. 1. (1898, no. 
21975, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5, 
1898.) 123 

Copyright by M. P. Rice, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
* Study (A) for an altar piece in the 
church of St. Anthonv, Antwerp. By 
Rubens. (1898, no. 20519, Mar. 30. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898. ) 124 

Copyright by Chester A. Lawrence, 
Dorchester, Mass. 

" Tempest." (1898, no. 22077, Apr. 6. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 125 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Toilet. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 22783, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 126 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 
Trio (The). 8x10. (1898. no. 22775. 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 127 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron. 
Boston. 

11 x 14. (1898, no. 22776, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 128 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 
Trocadero from the bridge. Paris. X 
1443. (1898. no. 21961, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 129 

Copyright by William II. Ran, Phila- 
delphia. 

Trocadero from the garden. Paris. 17514. 
(1898, no. 21963, Apr. 5. 2 copies rood 
Apr. 5, 1898.) 1;; ° 

Copyright by William 11. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 

U. S. S. Brooklyn, no. 774. (1898, no, 

22503. Apr. 8.' 2 copies reo'd Apr. 8 

18980 131 

Copyright by Charles E. Bollee, 

Brooklyn, N.Y, 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

U. S. S. Katahdin. no. 540. (1898, no. 

22502, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 

1898.) 132 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

U. S. S. Massachusetts, no. 924. (1898, 

no. 22504, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 

1898.) 133 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

U. S. S. Vesuvius, no. 468. (1898, no. 

22501, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 

1898.) 134 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Washington (General). President of the 
United States of America. (1898, no. 
22022, Apr. 6. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 

135 
Copyright by Pennsylvania academy 
of fine arts, Philadelphia. 

Wreck of the Maine. Among the wreck- 
ers, no. 1448. (1898, no. 22242, Apr. 7. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 136 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Captain Sigsbee. no. 1452. (1898, 

no. 22232, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 137 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Details of the wreck, no. 1478. 

(1898, no. 22237, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 138 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wreck of the Maine. Among the wreck* 
ers. no. 1444. (1898, no. 22230, Apr. 7. 
. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. ) 139 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Divers, no. 1450. (1898, no. 22249, 

Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 140 
Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Divers coming up to report, no. 

1447. ( 1898, no. 22248, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Ap^. 7, 1898.) 141 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Divers going down. no. 1449. (1898, 

no. 22234, Apr.7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 142 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

First dav of the divers, no. 1451. 

(1898. no. 22250, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr.7, 1898.) 143 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Hoisting 6-in. gun shield, no. 1445. 

(1898, no. 22244, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr.7, 1898.) 144 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Stern of the wreck, no. 1446. (1898, 

no. 22240, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 
1898.) 145 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



* Allegorical figure of a boy and girl. 

(1898, no. 16316. Mar 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 24, 1898.) ' 1 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 

*Andrae (Prof.), the arctic explorer. 

(1898, no. 16318, Mar. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 24, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 

* Be mine. (1898, no. 18565, Mar. 19. Pho- 
tograph on file Mar. 19, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright by J. G. Brown, New York. 



* Bust portrait of a young woman in ball 
costume. (1898, no. 16319*, Mar. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 

* Bust portraits of Pueblo Indians. Ar- 

cera (Juan), (no. 13758. 1 copy rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Arcera (Vixcente). (no. 13759. 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 



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FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Bust portraits of Pueblo Indians. Chal- 
lan (Jose Domingo), (no. 13760. 1 copv 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Cordera (Juan), (no. 13761. 1 copy 

rec'dFeb.25, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Gallegos (Juan de Jesus), (no. 13762. 

1 copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Garcia (Cristobal). (no. 13763. 1 

^ copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898. ) 10 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Melchior (Antonio), (no. 13764. 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Montoya (Alcario). (no. 13765. 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898. ) 12 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

- Montoya (Manuel), (no. 13766. 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

- Montoya (Ventura), (no. 13767. 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898. ) 14 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Moquino (Jenes). (no. 13768. 1 copy 

rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

- Ortiz (Candelaria). (no. 13769. 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898. ) 16 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Suina (Juan), (no. 13770. I copy 

rec'dFeb.25, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Trujillo (Chavecita). (no. 13771. 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Trujillo (Louise), (no. 13772. 1 copy 

rec'dFeb.25, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Urina (Anastasio). (no. 13773. 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by F. Starr, Chicago. 

Cattle in the stream. An original paint- 
ing. By R. L. Johnston. " (1898, no. 
21727, Apr. 4. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 4, 1898. ) 

21 
Copyright by Wilbur L. Wright, 
Washington, D. C. 



Apr. 



Cottage no. 15. (1898, no. 22391 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1S98.) 

Copyright by J. Harris Reed. Bever- 
ly, N.J. 



Titles — Continued. 

Coventry (The) road. (1898, no. 22159, 

Apr. 7. Photograph on file Apr. 7, 

1898.) 23 

Copyright by Moses Tanenbaum, New 

York. 

Cow in pasture. Painted by Frank Rus- 
sell Green, A. N. A. (1898. no. 22160, 
Apr. 7. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 24 
Copyright by Moses Tanenbaum, New 
York. 



Critical (A) moment. (1898, no, 21536, 

Apr. 4. Photograph on file Apr. 4, 

1898.) 25 

Copyright by R. Lorenz, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

Elk. (1898, no. 21832, Apr. 5. Photo- 
graph on file, Apr. 6, 1898.) 26 
Copyright by G. H. Storck, New York. 

* Irene (Vera). Half-length portrait. 

(1898, no. 16319, Mar. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 24, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 

John Eliot preaching to the Indians. 

(1898. no. 21728, Apr. 4. 1 copy rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Redding Baird & co., 

Boston. 

London and Lancashire fire insurance 

policy. (1898, no. 21533, Apr. 4. 1 copv 

rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by London and Lancashire 

fire insurance co., New York. 

Lumberman's dinner. (1898, no. 21535, 

Apr. 4. Photograph on file Apr. 4, 

1898.) 30 

Copvright by R. Lorenz, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

*Marlowe (Julia), the actress. (1898. no. 

16315, Mar. 9. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 

1898.) 31 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 

*Moore (Anuabelle). (1898, no. 16318/ 
Mar. 9. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1898.) 

32 
Copyright by American litho. co., 
IS'ew York. 

*Mother (A) of the revolution. (1898, no. 
17732, Mar. 15. 2 copies reo'd Mar. 15, 
1898.) 33 

Copyright by Jennie Brownecombe 

Now York.* 

"Panel design, on one side of which is the 

figure of a man in court dross, etc 

( 1898, no. 16317, Mar. 9. 2 oopies re< W 

Mar.24,1898.) M 

Copyright by American litho oo 

New York 



64 



FINE ARTS— Continued. 




Titles — Continued. 

Pasture (The) brook. (1898, no. 22161, 
Apr. 7. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 35 
Copyright by Moses Tanenbaum, New 
York . 

Sunday on the plains. (1898. no. 21534, 

Apr. 4. Photograph on file Apr. 4, 

1898.) 36 

Copyright by R. Lorenz, Milwaukee, 

Wis." 



Titles — Continued. 

*Wind (A) mill, horse and wagon, etc. 

(1898, no. 16314, Mar. 9. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 24, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 

Winged (A) female figure. (1898, no. 

22021, Apr. 6. Photograph on file Apr. 

6,1898.) 38 

Copyright by H. AY. Beattie, Quincy, 

Mass. 



IiSTDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title ■will be found. In cases 
where the author and proprietor are one the title will be found ouly in its place uuder the rubric 
"Books.") 



JEolian co., Meriden, Conn. : 

Chorus — finale; around thy tomb 
here sit we weeping. From Passion 
music. By Bach. JEolian arrange- 
ment, no. 50143. (Musical chart.) 

Chromatic fantasie and fugue. Bach. 
iEolian arrangement, no. 10383. 
(Music.) 

Fest overture, op. 80. (Academic.) 
Brahms. JEolian arrangement, no. 
10391. (Musical chart.) 

Pastorale (The) symphony. From 
Christmas oratorio. By Bach. Mo- 
lian arrangement, no. 50144. (Mu- 
sical chart.) 

Variations on chorale St. Anthony. 
By Brahms. (Musical chart.) 
Alexander (Grif), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Love's telephone. Words by G. Alex- 
ander. Music by Arthur Wynne. 
(Music.) 
Alliance pub. co., New York: 

Mind. vol. 1. Oct., 1897-Mar., 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
American Baptist pub. soc, Philadelphia: 

MacArthur (R. S. ) Current questions 
for thinking men. (Books: 1.) 
American book co., New York: 

Murray (D. A.) An elementary course 
in the integral calculus. (Books: 1.) 
* American litho. co., New York : 

Allegorical figure of a boy and girl. 
(Fine arts : photograph of paint- 
ing.) 

Andrae (Prof), the arctic explorer. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 

Bust portrait of a young woman in 
ball costume. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Irene (Vera). Half-length portrait. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 

Marlowe (Julia), the actress. (Fine 
arts: photograph of painting.) 



* American litho. co., New York : 

Moore (Annabelle). (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Panel design, on one side of which is 
the figure of a man in court dress, 
etc. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 

Wind (A) mill, horse and wagon, etc. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 
American press ass'n, New York : 

Brides and bridal tours. Bab chats 
merrily on the wedding functions 
of the spring season. (Books: 3.) 

Fashious of New York. Many new 
features in laces, veils, and ribbons, 
all three worn in profusion. 
(Books: 3.) 

Fishel (M). That catacomb story. 
(Books: 3.) 

Grown old in wars. Scott and Tay- 
lor won victories when past three 
score. (Books: 3.) 

Guards and tigers. A string of 
episodes from the Forty-eighth 
Georgia's annals. (Books: 3.) 

Is this another Cuba? The island of 
Puerto Rico, and how Spain con- 
trols its overtaxed people. (Books : 
3.) 

Late fashions from Paris. (Books : 3.) 

Men (The) who fight for King Alfon- 
so. A glance at the troops of Spain 
and her colonies. (Books: 3.) 

Mothers' (The) congress. Enthu- 
siasm among the women of America 
over the approaching convention 
to be held in Washington. (Books : 
3.) 

Mrs. McKinley at work. How the 
wife of the President knits and 
crochets. (Books: 3.) 

Railroads in war time. Transport- 
ing torpedo boats and big guns bv 
rail (Books: 3.) 



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American press ass'n, New York : 

Shedding of blood. Without it there 
is no remission, according to the 
Scripture. (Books: 3.) 

Stage (The) in Gotham. Arthur 
Crispin's notes and comments on 
theatrical affairs. (Books: 3.) 

There are harems in Havana. Young 
girls kept in slavery by Spanish 
army officers. (Books: 3.) 

War's darker side. Yalor thrown 
away by blunders and bad leader- 
ship. ''Books: 3.) 
American sports pub. co., New York: 

Hitchcock (E., jr.,) and Nelligan (R. 
F.) Wrestling, catch-as-catch-can 
style. [Spalding's athletic library, 
v. 7, no. 77.] (Books: 1.) 
Andre" (Johaun), Offenbach. Germany : 

March e militaire pour violoncelle 
avec accompagnement de piano par 
Boube"e Albert. (Music.) 

Marche villageoise pour violoncelle 
avec accompagnement de piano 
par Boubee Albert. (Music.) 

Rheingruss, fur mannerchor von 
Mathieu Neumann, op. 34. [Zwei 
mannerchore, no. 1.] (Music.) 

Vaterlandslied. Flir mannerchor. 
Von Mathieu Neumann, op. 34. 
[Zwei mannerchore. no. 2.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Vater-unser. Fiir mannerchor, mit 
solo quartette. You Mathieu Neu- 
mann, op. 33. [no. 15050.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Wouneleben am Rhein. op. 13. Yon 
Job. Ruland Aysslinger. (Fiir 
miinnerchor.) (Music.) 
Andrews (Chas. T.), Seneca Falls, N. Y. : 

''Phonetic and diacritical chart; or, 
tbe sounds of the English lan- 
guage." (Books: 2.) 
Anglo-Canadian music pub. ass'n, ltd., 
Toronto, Canada: 

Song of the reaper. Words by A. E. 
McFarlane. Music by E. Hardy. 
(Music.) 
Apgar (Charles E. ), Westfield, N. J. : 

Tables for 100-vear bonds. (Books: 
2.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Kelly (H. A.) Operative gynecology, 
v. 1. (Books: 1.) 
Arkell pub. co., New York: 

End (The) of the Spanish-American 
bullfight. (Prints.) 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 12th con- 
test, series 3. (Prints.) 

Maine disaster pictures. (Books: 2.) 

Mc. ! ! don't be afraid. (Prints.) 

Unlucky "13." (Prints.) 
Armstrong (J. Z.), Franklin, Ind. : 

Armstrong (J. Z.) Read this title 
page entire and know the author's 
great desire. (Books: 1.) 

18977— Vol. 15, No. 1 5 



Arthur (Joseph Charles) and MacDougal 

(Daniel Trembly), Minneapolis, Minn. : 

Arthur (J. C.) and MacDougal (D. T.) 

Living plants and their properties. 

A collection of essays. (Books: 1.) 

Ascherberg (E.) & co., London : 

Table d'hote rhapsody. Humorous 
song. Written by A. Ross. Music 
by E. E. Rice. (Music.) 
Associated press, New York : 

Special Berlin cable letter. Apr. 2, 

1898. (Books: 3.) 
Special London cable letter. Apr. 
2, 1898. (For Saturday afternoon 
papers.) (Books: 3.) 
Special London cable letter. Apr. 2, 
1898. (For Sundav papers.) 
(Books: 3.) 
Ayres (W. H.), Sackets Harbor, N. Y. : 
" Laughing beauty." Song and 
dance. BvH. Schroeder. (Music.) 
" Mamelukes'" (The) march. By W. 
H. Ayres. (Music.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York: 

Elegant (An) afternoon costume. 
(Prints.) 
Balmer & Weber music house co., St. 
Louis, Mo. : 

I loves you, Louisa. (Coon love 
song.) Words by L. J. Sheehan. 
Music by Theo. Bendix. (Music.) 
Banks & bros., New York: 

McCall (H. S.) The clerk's assistant: 
containing a large variety of legal 
forms and instruments, etc. 5th 
ed. (Books: 1.) 
Thomas (E.B.) The law of estates 
created by will. v. 1. (Books: 1.) 

v.2. (Books: 1.) 

Barr (Robert), London, England: 

Barr (R.) Countess Tekla. Chaps. 
1-2. (Books: 3.) 
Beal (Alpha Reese), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Beal (A. R.) Money- weight thoughts 
and manual of the money-weight 
system, etc. (Books: 2.) 
Proclamation (A) of faith by works. 
The money-weight scale. (Books : 
2.) 
Beattie (Herbert W.), Quincy, Mass.: 
Winged (A) female figure. (Fine 
arts: photographs of statuary.'* 
Bel ford, Middlebrook & co., Chicago: 
American (The) navy. Reproduc- 
tions of photographs. pt.8. The 
American navy. The Maine. The 
Travel series no. 25. (Books: 1.) 
Bell (CM.), Washington. D. C, : 

Speak for yourself. John. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Benziger bros.. New York: 

Bornier iWte. 11. de). The romance 
of a playwright. From the French, 
bv Mary MeMahon. (Books: t.) 



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Benziger bros., New York : 

Ferran (A.) The month of Our Lady. 
Translated hv John F. Mullany. 
(Books: 1.) 

Wegener (T.) Sister Anne Katharine 
Emmerich, of the order of St. 
Augustine. Translated by Francis 
X. McGowan. (Books: 1.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston : 

Great men of Israel. Junior grade, 
v. 8, no. 2. 2d quarter. Lessons 
14-26. (The bible study union (or 
Blakeslee) graded lessons.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Three (The) great apostles, Peter, 
Paul, and John. Junior grade. 
2d quarter, v. 8, no. 2. Lessons 
14-26. (The bible study union 
graded lesson system.) (Books: 2.) 
Bingham (Helena), Harvard, 111. : 

Around the camp-fire's glow. Song 
and refrain. By Helena Bingham. 
(Music) 
Bishop (E. A.), Racine, Wis. : 

Palestine, showing the journey of 
Jesus. (Maps.) 

Palestine, showing the places visited 
by Jesus. (Maps.) 
Blake (Louis), Rightor (Henry), and 
Grunewald (Theodore), New Orleans, 
La. : 

Partners for life. Words by Henry j 
Rightor. Music by Louis Blake. 
(Music.) 
Bloom (Sol.), Chicago: 

Derby march and two-step. Music 
by L. Friedman. [For piano.] i 
(Music.) 
Blount (James H., jr.), Atlanta, Ga. : 

Georgia. Forms and practice. By 
James H. Blount, jr. (Books: 1.) 
* Bolles (Charles E.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Almy. no. 874. (Photographs.) 

U. S. S. Brooklyn, no. 774. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

U. S. S. Katahdin. no. 540. (Photo- ! 
graphs.) 

U. S. S. Massachusetts, no. 924. j 
(Photographs.) 

U. S. S. Vesuvius, no. 468. (Photo- \ 
graphs.) 
Bool (Avidis M.), Melrose, Mass. : 

Bool's Bible cabinet. (Books: 2.) 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany: 

Danse rococo. For pianoforte solo. | 
By S. Translateur. (Music.) 

May (A) love song. no. 1. Song 
with piano accompaniment. 
Words by E. Teschemacher. Music 
by E. Hermann. (Music.) 
Bote (Ed.) and G. Bock, Berlin: 

Potpourri no. 1. By E. Audran. 
[From the opera La Poupee.] Ftir 
klavier zu 2 handen. Von Bern- 
hard Wolff, no. 2. (Music.) 



* Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant & co., 
New York : 

Distillerie de la Benedictine. 

Bureaux de la direction. 5|s8 

in. (Engravings.) 

Coupole du grand escalier. 5J 

x 8i in. (Engravings.) 

Ete (L'). "3ix3in. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

Fontaine en fer forge. 5 J x 8 in. 

(Engravings.) 

Grand (Le) escalier. 5£ x 7-J- in. 

(Engravings.) 

L'hiver. 3fxlOMn. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

Printemps (Le). 3f x 10£ in. 

(Engravings.) 

Salle de distillation. 4f x 8 in. 

(Engravings.) 

Salle des abbe's. 4| x 8£ in. 

(Engravings.) 

Terrasse de la salle des abbe's. 

5£ x 8£ in. (Engravings. ) 

Vue d'ensemble. 8 x 5f in. (En- 
gravings.) 

Vue exterieure des bureaux de la 

direction. 5£ x 8 in. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

Vue generale. 4| x 8 in. (En- 
gravings.) 

* Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant & co., 
Paris : 

"Abeille et fleurs." After Popineau. 

(Engravings.) 
"An nouvel an." After Madrazo. 

(Engravings.) 
Autonme CL'). 3£ x 3 in. (Engrav- 
ings.) 
''Bonnet par dessus les moulins." 

After C. Delort. (Engravings.) 
"I/Eerivain public/' After Mar- 

cillo. (Engravings.) 
"En recreation." After Madeleine 

Lemaire. (Engravings.) 
"Facteur (Le)." After B. Leineu- 

nier. (Engravings.) 
"Laitiere normande" After C. Chen- 

neviere. (Engravings.) 
"Mures et fleurs." After Popineau. 

(Engravings.) 
" Premieres (Les) roses." After Mad- 
eleine Lemaire. (Engravings.) 
Prenez garde a la peinture. After 

C. Delort. (Engravings.) 
"Toilette la de pierrette." After 

Madrazo. (Engravings.) 
Boynton & Thayer, Worcester, Mass. : 

Blue seal coupon book. (Books: 2.) 
Brainard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

When grandma was a little girl. 

Words and music by H. C. Verner. 

Duet. (Mr sic.) 

Male quartet. (Music.) 

Mandolin combination. (Music.) 

Mixed quartet. (Music.) 

Wings of snow. Sacred solo. By M. 

A.Hart. (Music.) 



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Brannau (B. L.), New York : 

•'When Uncle Sam puts on his uni- 
form." Words and music by Bar- 
riugton L. Branuan. (Music.) 
*Breitkopf & Hiirtel, New York : 

O death, thou art the dewy night. 
Song. By N. Douty. [Three 
songs, no. 3.] (Music.) 
Sonate no. 2. Fur violine und piano- 
forte. VonD.Paque. op. 32. (Mu- 
sic.) 
To my sweetheart. Song. By N. 
Douty. [Three songs, no. 2.] (Mu- 
sic.) 
'Twas in the lovely month of May. 
Song. By N. Douty. [Three 
songs, no. 1.] (Music. ) 
Broadwell & Wolf, Detroit, Mich. : 

Old club. Two-step. By E. R. 
Schemser. Arranged by E. H. 
Hovey for 2 mandolins, guitar, and 
mandola. (Music.) 
Broberg (Manfred), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Few (A) valuable hints for making 
soups from small beer. (Books : 2.) 
Brokaw (Charles O.), St. Joseph, Mo. : 
Mammy's little blue-grass honey. 
Words by D. R. Drake. Music by 
H. O. Wheeler. (Music.) 
Brooks (Emily R.), Cambridge, Mass. : 
Brooks (E. R.) Cake receipts. 
(Books: 1.) 
Brown (Alexander), Norwood, Va. : 

Brown (A.) The first republic in 
America. (Books: 1.) 

* Brown (J. C), New York : 

Be mine. (Photograph of painting.) 

* Brown (Mary E.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Our loved ones gone before. (Books : 
2.) 

* Brownscombe (Jennie), New York: 

Mother (A) of the revolution. (Paint- 
ing.) 
Buek (G. H.), New York : 

U. S. battle ship Kentucky. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Burt (A. L.), New York: 

Otis (J.) A traitor's escape. (Books: 
.1.) 
Byam (W. W.), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Byam(W. W.) A sketch of the state 
of Chiapas, Mexico. (Books: 1.) 
Cadillac music co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Cardinal (The) march. By Fred S. 
Stone. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Cady (Heirs of CM.): 

Three (The) angel visitants. For 6 
hands. Melody by C. M. Cady. Ar- 
ranged by W. Dressier. (Music.) 
Camp (W. M.), Chicago : 

Camp(W.M.) Point switches. Notes 
on track, 48. (Books: 3.) 
Carter (R.K.), U.S.: 

Alone. Reverie. By R. K. Carter. 
(Music.) 



Century co., New York : 

Century (The) illustrated monthly 
magazine, v. 55. new series, v. 
33. Nov., 1897, to Apr., 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Chamberlin (Gertrude), Boston: 

Emerson college chansonettes. Ar- 
ranged and adapted for the Emer- 
son college physical culture exer- 
cises, by Gertrude Chamberlin. 
[For piauo.] (Music.) 
Chance (Frank S.), Marion, Ind. : 

Solution (A) to the Maine explosion. 
(Engravings.) 
Chanot (F. W.), London : 

Aubade. (no. 4). (Six morceanx fa- 
ciles.) Viola and piano. Basil 
Althaus. ["Edition Chanot/' 
933.] (Music.) 

Esquisse amoureuse. Piano. H. 
Saint-George. ["Edition Chanot," 
1507.] (Music.) 

Humoresque. (no. 2). (Sixmorceaux 
faciles.) Viola and piano. Basil 
Althaus. ["Edition Chanot," 
931.] (Music.) 

Intermezzo, (no. 5). (Sixmorceaux 
faciles.) Viola and piano. Basil 
Althaus. ["Edition Chanot," 934.] 
(Music.) 

Melodie. no. 6. (Six morceanx 
faciles. Viola and piano. Basil 
Althaus. ["Edition Chanot," 
935.] (Music.) 

Reverie, (no. 3.) (Six morceanx 
faciles ) Viola and piano. Basil 
Althaus. ["Edition Chanot," 
932.] (Music.) 

Romance tivolienne. For 2 violins 
and piano. G. Saint-George, op. 
38. ["Edition Chanot," 926.] 
(Music.) 

Violin and piano. G. Saint- 
George, op. 38. ["Edition 
Chanot," 925.] (Music.) 

Romanza. (no. 1.) (Six morceanx 
faciles.) Viola and piano. Basil 
Althaus. ["Edition Chanot. - ' 
930.] (Music.) 
Chappell & co., London: 

My heart's treasure. Song. Words 
translated from the Irish by Fran- 
cis A. Fahy. Music by Alicia Ade- 
laide Needham. 
Chattanooga medicine co.. Chattanooga. 
Tenn. : 

Fatten (J. A.) The Cardui hook. 
(Books: 2.) 
Chesapeake and Ohio railway co.. Wash- 
ington, D. C. : 

Location oi' battlefields of Virginia, 
(Maps.) 
Chicago legal news co., Chicago. IF. : 

Illinois. All the laws of the state of 
Illinois passed at the special ses- 
sion of the fortieth general assem- 
hly. (Books: \.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago, 111. : 

Chicago record's home study circle, 
no. 80. Monday, Apr. 4, 1898. 1, 
commerce and finance ; 2, commer- 
cial law. (Books: 3.) 
Chown commercial co., Lima, Ohio: 

Chown (C. M.) Retail reports. 
Madison county, Ohio. (Books: 1.) 

Union county, Ohio. (Books: 1.) 

Christian press ass'n pub. co., New York: 
Currier (C.W.) Rose (The) of Al- 
hama. (Books: 1.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
Sons of the sea. Part song. For 
men's voices. Words by George 
Coronway. Music by Geo. Marks 
Evans, no. 1935. (Music.) 

* Clark (Audrew P.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Greater New York. Grand march. 

For the piano and organ. By 

A.P.Clark. (Music.) 
Clark (James G.),U. S. : 

Beautiful (The) hills. Song and 

chorus. By J. G. Clark. (Music.) 
Columbia's dead. Song and chorus. 

Poetry by A. Herbert. Music by , 

J.G.Clark. (Music.) 
Living (The) waters. A temperance 

song and chorus. Words by B. M. 

Lawrence. Music by J. G. Clark. 

(Music.) 

* Clark engraving co., Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Scene on Milwaukee river, showing 
pleasure steamers and boats, etc. 
(Engravings.) 
*Cole (Carlota), New York: 

Georgia belle. March and two-step. 
Composed for piano by C. Cole. 
(Music.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

Independent (The) guard march. 
For band. By George Prntting. 
(Music.) 

Knight templars' march. For band. 
By George Prutting. (Music.) 

X. L. C. R. inarch. For band. By 
George Prutting. (Music. ) 

When love was young. Song. For 
cornet or baritone. Jessie L. Gay- 
nor. Arranged by Edward Beyer. 
[For band.] (Music.) 
Colin (T. F.), BrynMawr, Pa. : 

Colin (T. F.), compiler. French se- 
lections for advanced sight trans- 
lation. [Heath's modern language 
series.] (Books: 1.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Architectural drawing. (Samples of ! 
the work in drawing of the stu- j 
dents of the International corre- 
spondence schools.) (Books: 1.) j 

Coal and metal mining and prospect- 
ing. Circular of information. 
(Books: 2.) 

Dynamo-electric machine design, i 
(Continuous current.) Instruction 
paper. 1st ed., 86a. (Books: 2.) j 



Collier engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Elementary (An) treatise on sanitary 
plumbing and gas fitting, v. 1-5. 
t Books: 1.) 

Mechanical drawing. (Samples of 
the work in drawing of the stu- 
dents of the International corre- 
spondence schools.) (Books: 1.) 

Natural sines, cosines, tangents, 
and cotangents. Tables. 4th ed. 
[International correspondence 
schools.] (Books: 2.) 

Pneumatics, gas, and petroleum. 
Question paper. 1st ed. [Inter- 
national correspondence schools.] 
(Books: 2.) 
Commercial (The) advertiser ass'n, New 
York : 

Bicycles for 1898. The many acces- 
sories in use by wheelmen. (Cy- 
clometers and bells.) (Books: 3.) 

Freak wheels and wheels built to or- 
der. Some remarkable examples. 
(Books: 3.) 

Glance (A) at the lamps to be used 
this season. (Books: 3.) 
* Couover music co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Ships (The) of Melton. Song. 
Words by F. L. Stanton. Music by 

5. L. Clary. (Music.) 
Sunshine on the trail. Words by J. 

Crawford. Music by S. L. Clary. 
(Music.) 
Cooperative pub. co., Cambridge, Mass. : 
Ehrmann (M.) A farrago. (Books: 

1.) 
Cotes (Mrs. Everard), Calcutta, Ind. : 

Cotes (Mrs. E.) The hesitation of 
Miss Anderson, chaps. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 

6. (Books: 3.) 
Crane & co., Topeka, Kans. : 

Standard blanks, records, and law 
books. 30th annual catalogue, 
1868-1898. Crane & co. (Books: 
2.) 
Crapo (Philip A.), New York: 

Crapo (P. A.) The science of money. 
A treatise. (Books: 2.) 
Crosby (M. A.), Chicago: 

Don't forget to write me, Billy. 
Words by M. A. Crosby. Music by 
A.S.V. (Music.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Autumn. 8x10. (Photographs.) 

Death of Orpheus. 11x14. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Figure of fortune. 8x10. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

History, mythology, and tradition. 
8x10. (Photographs.) 

Girl in pink and green. 8x10. 
(Photographs.) 

11x14. (Photographs.) 

Girl in yellow. 8x10. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Girl with azaleas. 8x10. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



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Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Girl with cherries. 11x14. (Photo- 

tographs. ) 
Girl with teacup. 8x10. (Photo- 

tographs.) 
Gladiolas. 8x10. (Photographs.) 
Law. 8x10. (Photographs.) 
March. 11x14. (Photographs.) 
Morning. 11x14. (Photographs.) 
New England village scene. 8x10. 
(Photographs.) 

11x14. (Photographs.) 

On the terrace. 8x10. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Portrait of a lady. 8x10. (Photo- 

tographs.) 
Spirit of the woods. 8 x 10. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Toilet. 8x10. (Photographs.) 
Trio (The). 8x10. (Photographs.) 
Trio (The). 11x14. (Photographs.) 
Date (Henry), Chicago: 

Brown (E. P.) Ciderville folks, as 
seen by Silas Ganderfoot. (Books: 

1.) 
Dawe & Tabor, New York : 

National doom. Thoughts about 
Spain. By Nemo. (Books: 3.) 
Deane (J. C.), Waco, Tex. : 

Brann (W. C.) The apostle. Nos. 
1-3. (Photographs.) 
Decourcelle (Paul), Nice, France: 

Canzonetta. Pour viol on avecaccom- 
pagnement de quintette on piano. 
Par A. d'Ambrosio. op. 6. Parti- 
tion et parties. (Music.) 
Deghuee (Joseph) and Dougherty (George 
W.), New York: 

Deghute (J.) Supplement to tables 

of bond values. (Books: 2.) 
Tables of bond values. (Books: 1.) 
Delano (J.), Ottawa, 111.: 

Song of ninety-eight. Words and 
music by J. Delano. (Music.) 
Dennizer (H.) & son, New York: 

A happy event. March and two-step. 
For mandolin and piano accompa- 
niment. 2d mandolin included. By 
H. Zur Nieden. (Music.) 
The start. March and two-step. For 
piano. By H. Zur Nieden. (Music.) 
Devlin (George A.), U.S.: 

Old glory forever. March. Com- 
posed by G. A. Devlin. (Music.) 
Song. Composed by G. A. Dev- 
lin. (Music.) 
Dickinson (Mary Lowe), New York: 

Dickinson (M. L.) Home from the 
war. (Books: 2.) 
Dieterich (Fred. G.), Washington, D. C. : 
Dieterich (F. G.) Why patents pay. 
(Books: 2.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston : 

Deleota. Fantasia for B Hat cornet, 
barytone, trombone, or B Hat clari- 
onet. By T. H. Rollinson. [Mili- 
tary band.] (Music.) 



Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston : 

Fantasia. For clarionet, cornet, 

or barytone. By T. H. Rollinson. 
[Orchestra.] (Music.) 

Elite gavotte. By C. De Janon. Gui- 
tar. (Music.) 

Give peace in our time, O Lord. By 
W.A.Fisher. [Octavo ed.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Gloria in excelsis. [Glory be to God 
on high.] By C. P. Morrison. [Oc- 
tavo ed.] (Music.) 

Gondolero march. By C. De Janon. 
Guitar. (Music.) 

Guard of honor. March. By T. H. 
Rollinson. For band. (Music.) 

Hungarian iustspiel. Overture. By 
K. Bela. Arranged by T. H. Rol- 
linson. For band. (Music.) 

Indifferent (The) mariner. By A. 
Macy and F. F. Bullard. (Music.) 

Jesus calls us. Sacred song. By 
Mrs. C. F. Alexander and F. F. Bul- 
lard. (Music.) 

Longing. Air pathetique. For 'cello 
and piano. By F. Stevenson, op. 
15. (Music.) 

Longing. Words by L. E. Barlow. 
Music by R. G. Cole. op. 12, no. 1. 
(Music.) 

Oh, for a day of spring. By AY. S. 
Blunt and A. F. Andrews. (Music. ) 

Old Ironsides. March. By C. W. 
Bennett. For band. (Music.) 

Preferencia march. By W. P. Cham- 
bers. For band. (Music.) 

Salute to Washington Park. March. 
By Lovenberg. For band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Song of the inconstant. By E. A. 
Paulton and M. Klein. (Music.) 

Veteran's (The) farewell. By L. W. 
Mason and J. Kinkel. [Octavo 
ed.] (Music.) 

Wichtl(G.) Young violinist : or, 1st 
instructions in violin playing. 
(Music book.) 

Winthrop cycle club. March. By 
F. J. Straciian. For band. (Music.) 

Young violinist; or, 1st instructions 
in violin playing. By Q. Wiehtl. 
(Music book.) 
D'ole (W. T.), Kansas City. Mo. : 

Calhoun (John C.) ( Photographs.) 

Choate (Rufus). (Photographs.) 
Doles (Isaac). Indianapolis. 1ml. : 

•• Black (The) sheep's friend." Song 
and chorus. Words by J. 11. (arson. 
Music by Isaac Doles. (Mnsic.) 
Donnelly ( Eleanor C), Philadelphia : 

Donnelly (E. C.) Christian oarola 
love and li i'e. ( Books : L) 

The rhyme o( the Friar Stephen. 

A legend. ( Books : I.) 



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Drysdale (William Atlee), Philadelphia : 
Agreement, contract, and specifica- 
tion for electric motors and wiring 
for Pennsylvania globe gas-light 



co., Philadelphia. (Books 



Dyer (W. J.) & bro., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Easter eve. Words by Catharine 
Armstrong. Music by Charles 
Gounod. Arranged as a duet by 
W. Rhys-Herbert. Soprano and 
contralto, in C minor. (Music.) 
My ideal. (Mein ideal). Waltzes 
for the pianoforte. By Franz von 
Blon. Arranged by W. R.-H. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Eberbach (Henry), Washington, D. C. : 
Kentuckv girls. March and two-step. 
ByO. L DeMoll. (Music.) 
Egerton & co.. London: 

Glad (The) new song. Words by T. 
N. Knight. Music by J. H. Adams. 



(Music/ 
In playtime, 
piano solo. 



Morceaude salon. For 
By E. Wolf. (Music.) 
Just a little late. Words by G. H. 
Newcombe. Music by R. Black, 
no. 1. in C. (Music.) 
Slumber song. (Schlummerleid. ) 
Composed by A. Van Biene. (Mu- 
sic.) 
* Elliot (Charles S.) & co., New York : 
Saviour, breathe an evening blessing. 
By W. C. Carter. [American choir, 
v. 3, no. 53.] (Music.) 
Te Deum laudamus. By C. S. Elliot. 
[American choir, v. 3, no. 54.] (Mu- 
sic.) 
Ellyson (John Joseph), Healdsburg, Pa. : 
Ellyson (J. J.) Poems. (Books: 1.) 
Elson (A. W.) & co., Boston : 

" Capitol at Washington.*' (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Grant (General). (Engravings.) 
Emerson (L. O.) Sabbath (The) guest. 
By L. O. Emerson and J. H. Morey. 
(Music book.) 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston : 

Richards (L. E.) Rosin the beau. 
(Books: 1.) 
Evening post pub. co., Xew York : 

Dailv digest of selected cases. Apr. 2. 
(Books: 3.) 

Apr. 4. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 5. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 6. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 7. (Books: 3.) 

Evening (The) post map 
(Maps.) 
Everest (Mrs. C.) : 

Lover (The) and the bird, 
de salon. Par C. Meyer. 
est.) (Music.) 
Eyferth (Bruno), Duluth, Minn. : 

Almost a baroness. Comedy-drama 
in four acts. By Bruno Eyferth. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 



of Cuba. 



Morceau 
(C. Ever- 



Falk (B. J.). New York: 

Belle (La) maie. no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Khaldah. nos. 1-3. (Photographs.) 

Lawrence (Miriam), nos. 1-2. (Pho- 
togarphs.) 

Peyser (Arthur). no. 2. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Salvini (Mrs. Alexander), nos. 1-4. 
(Photographs.) 

no. 5. (Photographs.) 

no. 6. (Photographs.) 

Feature (The) press, New York: 

Our navy far stronger than Spain's. 
The navies of the whole world at a 
glance. (Books: 3.) 
* Fillmore bros., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Angels ! Angels ! By J. H. Fillmore, 
no. 10. [Easter day.] (Music.) 

Approach of dawn. Coming of Mary. 
By J. H. Fillmore, no. 6. [Easter 
day.] (Music.) 

Christ is risen. By J. H. Fillmore, 
no. 12. [Easter day.] (Music.) 

Come, see the place where the Lord 
lay. By Finley Lyon. [The King 
triumphant.] no. 8. (Music.) 

Fear not. By Finley Lyon. no. 7. 
[The King triumphant.] (Music.) 

Gethsemane. By Finley Lyon. no. 3. 
[The King triumphant.] (Music.) 

Hail, happy Easter day. By J. H. 
Fillmore." no. 18. [Easter day.] 
(Music.) 

Holy, holy Lord. By Finley Lyon, 
no. 1. [The King triumphant.] 
(Music.) 

How calm, how beautiful. By Fin- 
ley Lyon. [The King triumphant.] 
no. 9. (Music.) 

King of kings. By Finley Lyon. 
Quartette or chorus for male voices. 
[The King triumphant.] no. 10. 
(Music.) 

Lord (The) is risen. By J. H. Fill- 
more, no. 14. [Easter day.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Mary at the tomb. By J. H. Fill- 
more, no. 8. [Easter day.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

My Saviour died. no. 16. [Easter 
day.] (Music.) 

Oh, fearful hour. By Finley Lyon. 
[The King triumnhant.] no. 4. 
(Music.) 

Praise his name. By Finley Lyon, 
no. 11. [The King triumphant.] 
(Music.) 

Spring is here. By J. H. Fillmore, 
no. 1. [Easter day.] (Music.) 

They have taken away my Lord. By 
Finley Lyon. [The King trium- 
phant.] no. 6. (Music.) 

Thou sweet gliding Kedron. Quar- 
tette for women's voices, no. 2. 
By Finley Lyon. [The King trium- 
phant.] (Music.) 



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Fischer (A. E.), Bremen, Germany: 

Scherzo. (Die miiuschen von der 
falle.) (The mice and the trap.) 
Componirt von 0. Kohler. Ausgabe 
fiir pianoforte. (Music.) 
Fischer (J.) & bro., New York: 

Magnificat. Unison chorus. Reg- 
inald Barrett. (Music.) 

Mass in G minor. For soprano, alto. 
(Tenor and bass ad lib.) Luigi 
Bordese. Arranged by Tito Te- 
desco. (Music.) 

Mourlan's (L.) voluntaries for the 
organ. Compiled and revised by 
G. Burton, vol.1. (Books: 2.) 

Nunc dimittis. Unison chorus. Reg- 
inald Barrett. (Music.) 

Patriotic (The) American two-step. 
1st violin. Geo. H. Fischer. (Mu- 
sic.) 

For piano. Geo. H. Fischer. 

(Music.) 
Flanagan (A.), Chicago: 

Constable (E. D.) Blocks with which 
we build. (Books: 1.) 
Flowers (John M.), Denver, Colo. : 

Colorado. (Flowers's map of.) 
(Maps.) 
Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

Arioso unci fugato. op. 14. Yon 
Ludwig Boslet. Pour l'orgne. 
[Drei orgel compositionen.] (Mu- 
sic.) 
Forberg (Otto), Leipzig: 

Capricieuse (La). Caprice for piano. 
By C. Godard. op. 126. (Music.) 

Histoire melancolique. Caracteris- 
tiques pour piano. Par E. Meyer- 
Helmund. op. 153. [Quatre mor- 
ceaux, no. 1.] (Music.) 

Liebe (Der) Herrgott nur ist schuld 
daran. Componirt von Otto von 
Walden. op. 112. Ausgabe fur 
mannerchor. (Music.) 

Mein herz ist eine welt voll liebe. 

(Marie Stona.) Composed by Max 

Filke. [Drei lieder fiir eine sing- 

stimme mit clavierbegleitung. op. 

. 72, no. 2.] (Music) 

Petite romance sans paroles. Car- 
acteristiqne pour piano. Par E. 
Meyer-Helmund. op. 153. [Quatre 
morceaux, no. 4.] (Music.) 

Petite sylphide. Caracteristiques 
pour piano. Par E. Meyer-Hel- 
mund. op. 153. [Quatre morceaux, 
no. 3.] (Music.) 
Serenade d'un pierrot. Caractcristique 
pour piano. Par E. Meyer-Hel- 
mund. op. 153. [Quatre morceaux, 
no. 2.] (Music.) 

Siiss ist der mai. (A. Naff.) Com- 
ponirt von Max Filke. [Drei lei- 
der fiir eine singstimme mit clavier- 
begleitung. op. 72. no. 3.] (^ Mu- 
sic. ") 



Forberg (Otto), Leipzig: 

Unci geh 7 ctoch niemand an. (Anna 
Ritter.) Componirt von Max Filke. 
[Drei lieder fiir eine singstimme 
mit clavierbegleitung. op. 72, no. 
1.] (Music.) 
Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

Sonate in B moll. (no. 4.) op. 15. 
(Sonata iu B flat major.) Ludwig 
Boslet. [Drei orgel compositionen.] 
(Music.) 

Yor- und nachspiele zum gebrauche 
bei clem katholischen gottes- 
dienste. op. 16. Pour l'orgue. 
Ludwig Boslet. [Drei orgel com- 
positionen.] (Music.) 
Foreman (Acldie P.), Detroit, Mich. : 

Columbian waltz. By Addie P. Fore- 
man. (Music.) 
Foster (Mrs. S. C): 

Thousand (A) miles from home. Bal- 
lad. By S. C. Foster. (Music.) 
Fourrier (J. A.), Baton Rouge, La. : 

Offertoire. Pour le jour de Paques. 
Terra tremuit. Soprano, alto, tenor, 
et basse. Par Henri Fourrier. 
(Music.) 
Fowler (Nathaniel C, jr.), Boston: 

Starting the girl. A study of her 
natural desires that they may be 
curbed or developed. (Books: 2.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London : 

Be on your guard, boys. Song. 
Written by A. E. Ellis. Composed 
by T. M. F. O'del'. (Music.) 
, Beautiful girls. Song. Writen by 
C. Osborne. Composed by J. Fawn. 
(Music.) 

Good (A) old London town girl. 
Song. Written and composed by 
C.Osborne. (Music.) 

How London lives. Song. Written 
by FI. C. Newton. Composed by T. 
Ward. (Music.) 

Little May-queen darling. Song. 
Written and composed by Joseph 
Tabrar. (Music.) 

* Mother's washing day. Song. By 

F.Leo. (Music.) 

* Pretty (The) little maid from school. 

Song. By W. H. Wallis. (Music.) 

* Right (A) royal jump. Barn dance. 

By .1. A. Hamilton. (Music.) 

* That's how he pays his way. Song. 

Written and composed by Albert 
Perry. (Music.) 

They were after her gladstone bag. 
Song. Written ami composed by 
A. ,1. Mills. (Music) 

They've all gone in for 'cm. Song. 
Written ami composed by h. Cast- 
ling. (Music.) 
Freeland (Wm. Thomson), Toronto, Can- 
ada : 

Kriapp (The) roller boat ami its in- 
ventor. (Photographs. ) 



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* Freeman (Alfred), Jersey City, N. J. : 
Echoes from fairyland. Theme by 
J. Marsh. Transcription for violin 
and piano by Alfred Freeman, 
op. 9. (Music.) 
Frink (Henry Allyn), Amherst, Mass. : 
Frink (H. A.) The new century 
speaker for school and college. 
(Books: 1.) 
Fuller (John, sr.), Seneca, Ivans. : 

Watching the Maine. (Books: 2.) 
Funk & Wagnalls co., New York: 

Martyn (C.) Neal Dow and his cen- 
tury. A biography. [Chaps. 21, 
22,23. The Maine law.] (Books: 3.) 
Gale (Courtenay), Lutton, England : 

Warrior (The) earl of Allendale. 
Song, from the music to Tennyson's 
Foresters. Composed by C. Gale. 
(Music.) 
Gale (W. Hector), Oneida, N. Y. : . 

Loyal (The) heart of 1861. A mili- 
itary drama of the war of the re- 
bellion. By W. Hector Gale. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Gallien (Edward J.), Albany, N. Y. : 

Gallien's manual of local securities. 
1898. (Books: 2.) 
Geibel & Lehman, Philadelphia: 

Plant (The) of renown. [The Sun- 
day-school leader, v. 1. no. 3. 
Apr., 1898.] (Books: 2.) 
German press and plate co. (The), Cleve- 
land. Ohio : 

"Offener (The) schreibebrief des 
Philipp Sauerampfer." no. 222. 
(Books: 3.) 
Gestefeld (Ursula N.), U. S. : 

Gestefeld (II. N.) The metaphysics 
of Balzac as found in "The magic 
skin," "Louis Lambert," and "Ser- 
aphita." (Books: 1.) 
Gies & co., New York: 

"Onto fortune." (Photographs.) 
Gillman (Henry;, Detroit, Mich. : 

Gillman (H.) Hassan; a fellah. A 

romance of Palestine. (Books: 1.) 

Gilman (James F.), West Gardner, Mass. : 

Mother (The) church. (The first 

church of Christ, scientist.) 

(Engravings.) 

Ginn & co., Boston : 

Let our voices be glad. Arranged by 
Ch. Lecocq. (The coda. no. 220.) 
(Music.) 
Godkin (Edwin L.), New York : 

Godkin (E. L.) Unforeseen tenden- 
cies of Democracy. (Books: 1.) 
Goggan (Thomas) & bro., Galveston, 
Tex. : 

Bacchanalian march. By F. A. Hall. 

[For piano.] (Music.) 
Guadalupe (The) waltzes. By J. S. 

King. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Kissing is divine. Words and music 
by T. M. Bowers. Song in waltz 
time, with refrain. (Music.) 



Goggan (Thomas) & bro., Galveston, 
Tex.: 

Only a loving heart slain. Words 
and music by T. M. Bosvers. Song 
in waltz time, with refrain. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Goldbeck (Robert), U. S. : 

Conservatory waltz. For the piano. 
By R. Goldbeck. (Renewal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
Gorsuch (W. F.), Philadelphia: 

Instructions for inakiDg crayon por- 
traits. (Books: 2.) 
Gottschalk (Heirs of L. M.), U. S. : 

Bataille. Etude de concert. Par L. 

M. Gottschalk. (Music.) 
Dernier amour, Etude de concert. 

Par L. M. Gottschalk. (Music.) 
Grand scherzo. By L. M. Gottschalk. 

(Music.) 
Pasquinade. Caprice. Par L. M. 

Gottschalk. (Music.) 
Pensee poetique. Par L. M. Gotts- 
chalk. (Music.) 
Grand (The) fraternity, Philadelphia: 
Relief for the needy. Words and 
music by Frater VYm. B. Godfrey. 
(Music.) 
Welcome song. Words and music by 
Frater Wm. B. Godfrey. (Music.) 
Grasse (Dr. Louis) New Y r ork: 

Grasse (Edwin.) (Photographs.) 
Gray don (William Murray), London, 
England : 

Remarkable (The) capture of the 
Somaliland giraffe. By W. M. 
Graydon. (Books: 3.) 
Mystery (The) of Prince Wong's lion- 
ess. By W. M. Graydon. (Books: 
3.) 
Great American tea co., New York : 

"Easter blossoms." (Azaleas and 
lilacs. (Lithographs.) 
Grit pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. : 
Barnabas Winkle. (Books : 3.) 

* Guerin (F. W. ), St. Louis, Mo. : 

"'American stock." (Photographs.) 
"Tempest." (Photographs.) 
Guinder (Albert Jacob), Baltimore, Md. : 
Schoolmaster to schoolmaster. Bab- 
blings entre nous. II. (Books: 2.) 

* Gutman (F. 0.), Cleveland, Ohio : 

Albion march. Two-step. By 
De Yern Williams. 2 mandolins 
and guitar. (Music.) 

Commodore (The) march. ByE.F. 
Dillebar. For 2 mandolins and 
guitar. (Music.) 

Harmonia (La) waltzes. By Lester 
Payne. 2 mandolins and guitar. 
(Music.) 

Jeanette gavotte. By E. F. Dillebar. 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. (Mu- 
sic.) 



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*Gutinan (F. 0.), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Pride of the west. March. By Chas. 
Cohen. Arranged by F. O. Gutnian. 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sweet memories of thee. (Redowa.) 
By F. Christopher. Arranged by 
F. O. Gutman. For 2 mandolins 
and guitar. (Music.) 

AVatermelon (De) rag. A coon 
spasm. By E. F. Dillebar. 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. (Music.) 
Hagan (John J.), Philadelphia: 

Monarch of all he surveys. Words 
and melody, by John J. Hagan. 
(Music.) 
Hagan (Peter P.), Philadelphia: 

Beautiful Acapulca. Words and 
melody, by John J. Hagan. 
(Music.) 
Haggard (H. Rider), London, England: 

Haggard (H. R.) Elissa, or the 
doom of Zimbabwe. Chaps. 12 
and 13. (Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 16 and 17. (Boohs : 3.) 

Halkett (Henry), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

" X-ray on sexual weakness, im- 
pairments and diseases." (Books : 
2.) 
Hallet (A.), Boston: 

Indian camp. (Photographs.) 
* Hampton (Ben B.), Galesburg, 111. : 

Farmer's success orchard. (Books: 
2.) 
Hansen (Wilhelm), Copenhagen, Den- 
mark: 

Du hvide blomst. By A. Tofft. 
[Songs from the opera Vifandaka. 
no. 3.] Key of F. (Music.) 

Dumin Elskede. By A. Tofft. [Songs 
from the opera Vifandaka. no. 5.] 
Key of B. (Music.) 

Dvael paa din. By A. Tofft. [Songs 
from the opera Vifandaka. no. 4.] 
Key of G. (Music.) 

Her er livet. By A. Tofft. [Songs 
from the opera Vifandaka. no. 1.] 
Key of C. (Music) 

Mit hjerte dirrer som. By A. Tofft. 
[Songs from the opera Vifandaka. 
no. 6.] Key of E flat. (Music.) 

Som et stille. By A. Tofft. [Songs 
from the opera Vifandaka. no. 2. J 
Key of E. (Music.) 
Harison (William Beverley), New York: 

Answers to college questions, 1894, 
1895, 1896, and 1897, in arithmetic, 
grammar, geography, history, spell- 
ing, and drawing. (Books: 1.) 
Harmes (T. B.) & co., New York : 

Telephone (The) girl. (Selection.) 
ByG. Kerker. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Harper & bros., New York : 

Harper & bros.' list of spring and 
Easter books. (Hooks: 2.) 

Lee (A.) Four for a fortune. (A 
tale.) (Books: 1.) 



Hartnett (L.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Hartnett (L.) Told by a photograph. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Flower of my heart. (Herzblumchen.) 
Mazurka. By 0. Fischer, op. 204. 
Salon music for the piano. (Music.) 

Gavotte. By R. Bachmanu. op. 12, 
no. 1. Revised and fingered by 
A. W. Borst. Salon music for the 
piano. (Music.) 

Petite (Une) valse. By R. Doles, op. 
10. Revised and fingered by J. 
de Zielinski. Salon music for the 
piano. (Music.) 

Playing tag scherzo. For pianoforte. 
By W. Benbow. (Music.) 

Violets. (Veilchen.) Gavotte. By 
C. Morley. op. 85. Revised and 
fingered by J. de Zielinski. For 
the piano. (Music.) 

Wood bird. (Waldvoglein.) By J. 
Vogt. op. 80, no. 2. Revised and 
fingered by A . Bechter. Salon music 
for the piano. (Music.) 
*Hatzfekl (E.), London, England: 

Croon, croon, underneat' de moon. 
(A southern love song.) Words by 
M. F. Music by G. Howard. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Hays (WillS.), U.S.: 

Angel of my dreams. Song and 
chorus. By W. S.Hays. (Music.) 

Nobody's darling. Song and chorus. 
By Will S. Hays. (Music.) 
*Helmers (N. S.), San Francisco. Cal. : 

Viking (The) waltz. For piano. By 
N. S. Helmers. (Music.) 
Henrich (Mabel L.), U. S. : 

Klondike (The) waltz. Composed 
by M. L. Henrich. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Herndon-Morsell, Washington, D. C. : 

Dear (The) old Tombigbee. Bv Hub. 
T.Smith. (Music.) 
Heugel et cie, Paris, France : 

Silhouettes (Les). no. 10. La Na- 
varraise. Episode lyrique en 2 
actes de J. Massenet. Petites 
transcriptions ties faciles but les 
operas en vogue. Soigneusement 
doigtees et nuancces par Georges 
Bull. (Music.) 

no. 12. Le papa de Fran* inc. 

Operette en I actes et 7 tableaux 
de Louis Yarney. Petites tran- 
scriptions tres faciles sur lea operas 
en vogue. Soigneusement doigte*es 
et nuancces par Georges Bull. 
(Music.) 

no, 43. Sapho. Piece lyriaue 

en 5 actes de J. Massenet. Petites 
transcriptions tres faciles sur les 
operas en vogue, Soigneusement 
doigte'es et nuanoles par Georges 
Bull, (Music.) 



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Heugel et cie, Paris, France: 

Vous souvient-il ? Idylle pour piano, 
par Panl Wachs. (Music.) 
Hilly (M. B.), Chicago: 

Gentleman's (A) wardrobe. By J. 
Wageruan & sons. (Books: 2.) 
Himan (Alberto), New York: 

Flitter polka for four hands. By 

Alberto Himan. (Music.) 
Drizzle schottische for four hands. 
By Alberto Himan. (Music.) 

for mandolin or violin and piano. 

By Alberto Himan. (Music.) 
Thumb waltz for four hands. By 

Alberto Himan. (Music.) 
50 exercises for left hand alone. By 
W. Tappert. Revised by A. Himan. 
(B'kl.) (Music.) 
Hitchcock pub. eo.. New York : 

Belle of Atlantic city. March and 
two-step. Composed by Walter 
L Oppenheimer. (Music.) 
Hogg (Clarence B,), Charlestown, Mass. : 
Charming Lou. Song. Words and 
music by Alma L. B. Hogg. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Holman (A. J.) and co., Philadelphia: 
Analysis of the Bible. (Books: 1.) 
Simons (M. L.) Illustrated cyclo- 
pedia of the Bible. (Books: 1.) 
Smith (W.) New (The) pictorial 
self-pronouncing dictionary of the 
Bible. (Books: 1.) 
Hooper (Will Phillip), New York: 

Monthly bulletin of shoe ads. and 
cuts/ Third year. Apr., 1898. 
Bulletin no. 25. (Books: 2.) 
Horner (J. B.), Corvallis, Oreg. : 

Aids in the study of English litera- 
ture. Prepared by J. B. Horner. 
(Books: 2.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York : 

Bowery (The) bantam's ball. Comic 
song. Words by K. Kennett. Mu- 
sic by J. A. Bennett. (Music.) 
Caroline from South Carolina. 
Words and music by C. A.. Burke. 
(Music.) 
Charity began at home. Song and 
chorus. Words by B. Johnson. 
Music by B. Cole. (Music.) 
Executive march. Two-step. By 
J. H. Flyun. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Hail to the risen King. Easter 
anthem. By R. A. Browne (Julian 
Mauley). (Music.) 
In our old town. Song and chorus. 
Words by K. Kennett. Music by 
L. Udal. (Music.) 
Just a sorter hangin' ? roun\ Song 
and chorus. Words by U. A. Pier- 
son. Music byG. L. Davis. (Music.) 
Only a nigger baby. Ballad. By 
R. A. Browne and G. L. Davis. 
(Music.) 
Queen of the arena. Galop. By W. F. 
Peters. [For piano.] (Music.) 



Howley, Haviland & co., New York : 

Rose, dear Rose. Song and chorus. 
By D. J. Bunce. (Music.) 

Sounds from the chapel. Melodie for 
piano. By J. M. Bradford. (Music.) 

What would the world say? Song 
and chorus. By C. Moreland. 
(Music.) 

White heather two-step. By M. 
Klein. [For piano.] (Music.) 

Yankee (The) bov two-step march. 
By P. Rubens. '(Music.) 

You've broken a heart to-day. Words 
by R. A. Browne. Music by C. A. 
Coleman. (Music.) 
Hoyt (Charles H.), Charlestown, N. H. : 

Hoyt(C.H.) The songs of Hoyt's 
musical farce, A day and a night 
in New York. (Books: 2.) 
i Hubbard (Lester C), Boston: 

Hubbard (L.C.) Tobacco and its 
bondage. By a slave who became 
free. (Books: 1.) 
Hug (Gebriider) & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many: 

Auf dem vierwaldstiitter see. Fiir 
pianoforte. Von Francois Behr. 
(Music.) 

Links am zaun, rechts am zaun. Fiir 

miinnerchor. Mit begleitung von 

rlote, violine, viola, und ; cello. 

Yon Josef Freyer. op. 71. (Music.) 

*Hugo- (Geo. C), Philadelphia: 

Easter joy. By Alice Jean Cleator, 
Geo. C. Hugg. and others. (Music.) 
Hurst (Sam N.), Pulaski, Va. : 

Hurst (S.N.) and Brown (R. M.) A 
complete alphabetical, analytical, 
chronological annotated digest of 
all reported decisions of the 
supreme court of appeals of Vir- 
ginia, etc. vol.2. Citizen-Depo- 
sition. (Books: 1.) 
Hutcheson (Gertie), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Cavalry drill. March. Composed by 
Gertie Hutcheson. (Music.) 
Hutcheson (Mary E. ), Columbus, Ohio : 

Hutcheson (M. E.) The old, old 
story. Lesson 14. Jesus in the 
wilderness. (Picture lesson leaf.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Lesson 15. Jesus enters Jeru- 
salem. (Picture lesson leaf.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Lesson 16. The last supper. 

(Picture lesson leaf.) (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 17. Jesus in the garden. 

(Picture lesson leaf.) (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 18. Jesus in the judg- 
ment hall. (Picture lesson leaf.) 
Books: 2.) 

Lesson 19. Jesus on the cross. 

(Picture lesson leaf. ) Sunday next 
before Easter. (Books: 2.)' 

Good Friday. (Books: 2.) 



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Hutcliescm (Mary E.), Columbus, Ohio: 
The teachers' manual. An aid to the 
teaching of the old, old story of 
Jesus and his love. v. 1, no. 2. 2d 
quarter. (Books: 2.) 
Hutcheson bros., St. Louis, Mo. : 

Ragger (The) girls of to-day. Com- 
posed by Gertie Hutcheson. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Hyde (Paul YYoodworth) and Woods 
(fin, Anderson), Pittsburg, Pa. : 
At 122. A melodrama in 4 acts and 
8 scenes. By Paul Woodworth 
Hyde and Wm. Anderson Woods. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Illini pub. co., Chicago: 

Philamadink. Song and refrain, j 
Words by Lynn Garrisford. Music 
by Elen Illini. (Music.) 
Ilsen & co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Royal (The) blue. Two-step march. 
By G. Dooney. (Music.) 
Irwin, Ellis & Ballmann, Cincinnati, 
Ohio : 
Handbook of investment securities, 
1898. (Books: 2.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Reports of cases argued and deter- j 
mined in the circuit court of Ohio, 
v. 15. no. 10. Apr. 4, 1898. (Books: 
2.) 

* Johnston (J. S.), New York : 

Indiana, U. S. N. 857a. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Journal newspaper co., Boston: 

Series of diagram maps of the navies, 
no. 3. (Maps.) 
Jung (P. L), New York: 

Serenade rococo. For the piano- 
forte. By Otto Hackh. op. 190. 
(Music.) 
Jury (Thomas Wright), Newark, N. J. : 
Executed on circumstantial evidence. 
By T. W. Jury. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 

* Kahnt, (C. F.), nachfolger Leipzig, Ger- 

many : 

Du liebst rnich nicht. You love me 
not. no. 2. By Edward MacDowell. j 
op. 11. no. 2. [Five songs, no. 2.] [ 
(Music.) 

Mein liebchen. My love and I sat 
close together, no. 1. By Edward 
MacDowell. op. 11. [Five songs, 
no. 1.] (Music.) 

Nachtlied. Night song. no. 1. By 
Edward MacDowell. op. 12. no. 1. ' 
[Five songs, no. 4.] (Music. ) 

Oben wo die sterne gliihen. In the 
skies, where stars arc glowing, no. 
3. By Edward MacDowell. op. 11. 
[Five songs, no. 3.] (Music.) 

Rosenband (Das). Bands (The) of 
roses, no. 2. By Edward Mac- 
Dowell. op. 12. no. 2. [Five- songs, 
no. 5.] (Music.) 



Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Ready for war. Apr. 5, 1898. Books: 
3.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. :• 
Trade (The) in live stock. * Mar. 31, 
1898. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 1,1898. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 2, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 4, 1898. ( Books : 3. ) 

Apr. 5, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Books : 3. ) 

Keller (Heirs of M.) : 

Song of the sea shell. For soprano 
or tenor. Music and German ver- 
sion. By M.Keller. (Music.) 
Kelly (Eugene Henri), Buffalo, N. Y^. : 
Kelly (E.H.) Architectural acous- 
tics. (Books: 1.) 
Kelly (Samuel J. J.), Philadelphia: 

Pennsylvania, '99. March and two- 
step. By Samuel J. J. Kelly. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Kenedy (P. J.), New York: 

Baxter (J. J., compiler.) Manual of 
bible truths and histories adapted 
to the questions of the Baltimore 
catechism, together with a life of 
Christ from the four gospels. 
(Boo s: 1.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmanu, New York : 
Another tragedy. (Prints.) 
Chain (A) of events. (Prints.) 
Compliment (A) ? (Prints.) 
Couldn't do it. (Prints.) 
Couldn't sleej). (Prints.) 
Destined to learn something. 

(Prints.) 
Different requirements. (Prints.) 
Disillusion. (Prints.) 
Don't (The) worry movement. 

(Prints.) 
Dorothy's new spring hat. (Prints.) 
Double-barreled. (Prints.) 
During the controversy. ( Prints. ) 
Easter morning. (Prints.) 
Easter (An) sermon. (Prints.) 
For appearance' sake. (Prints. 
Good (A) purchase. (Prints, 
In the arid district. (Prints. 
Kissing (The) way. (Print-. 
London's degeneration. (Prints. v 
Only (The) possible part. I Prints. ^ 
Outsharping a sharper. (Prints. 
Painful (A) possibility. ^ l > x~iiir^- 
Pert (A) question. (Prints.) 
Registering a protest. (Prints 
She sympathizes. (Prints.) 
Surprising, ( Prints ) 
Two cases oi proven y. | I'r 
Underhand (An) thrust. I Prints.) 
What it signified. (Prints. 

Keystone view CO., Meadville. Pa. : 

Manual of instructions from the Key- 
stone view co. lor 1 ho nse of their 
agents, (Books : 



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Kimball (H. Ingalls), New York : 

Ten American painters. (Catalogue 
of the pictures.) (Books: 1.) 
King (Moses), New York: 

Do yon want one thousand portraits? 
(Books: 2.) 
King (W. Nephew), New York : 

Spain's coast torpedo-sown. Desper- 
ate preparations to meet our fly- 
ing squadron. By W. N. King. 
(Books: 3.) 
Kinkel(Karl): 

Bell (The) goes a ringing for Sarah. 
ByC.Kinkel. (Music.) 

Canary schottische. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Becht. (C. Kin- 
kel.) Arranged by Wm. Dressier. 
(Music.) 

Cinnamon rose polka. For 6 hands. 
Composed by C. Kinkel. Arranged 
by Win. Dressier. (Music.) 

Coming (The) step. Marche senti- 
mentale. For 6 hands. Composed 
by J. S. Miiller. (C. Kinkel.) Ar- 
ranged by Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Drifting with the tide. Words by 
Neighbor. Music by C. Kinkel. 
(Music.) 

Era stella del mattiuo. Beaming 
like the star of morn. For 6 hands. 
Arranged by Wm. Dressier. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Florie's waltz. For 6 hands. Com- 
posed by C. Kinkel. Arranged by 
Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Forest glade march. Composed by 
C. Kinkel. Arranged for 4 hands, 
by Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Forest glade waltz. Composed by 
C. Kinkel. Arranged for 4 hands. 
(Music.) 

Forget-me-not schottische. By J. 
Becht. (C. Kinkel.) (Music.) 

Forget-me-not waltz. By J. Becht. 
(C. Kinkel.) (Music.) 

Golden chimes march. Arranged by 
C. Kinkel. (Music.) 

Good humor march. By H. Allard. 
(Music.) 

Graceful mazurka. By C. Kinkel. 
(Music.) 

Heavenly thoughts. Morceau car- 
acteristique. For 4 hands. Com- 
posed by C. Kinkel. Arranged by 
Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Holiday inarch. For four perform- 
ers on 2 pianos (8 hands). Com- 
posed by C. Kinkel. Arranged by 
Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Honeysuckle march. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Becht. (C. Kin- 
kel.) Arranged by Wm. Dressier. 
(Music.) 

Innocence march. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Harmistoun. (C. 
Kinkel.) Arranged by Wm. Dress- 
ier. (Music.) 



Kinkel (Karl) : 

Lily of the valley. Galop. By C. 
Kinkel. (Music.) 

Little romp quickstep. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Harmistoun. Ar- 
ranged by Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Love by moonlight. Caprice reverie. 
By C. Kinkel. Arranged for 4 
hands by Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 

Messenger of love. Morceau elegant. 
By C. Kinkel. (Music.) 

Pretty as a pink. Barcarolle. Ar- 
ranged for 6 hands, by Wm. Dress- 
ier. (Music.) 

Reception march. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Becht. (C. Kin- 
kel.) Arranged by Wm. Dressier. 
(Music.) 

Rosebud schottische. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Becht. (C. Kin- 
kel.) Arranged by Wm. Dressier. 
(Music.) 

Rosy lips. Polka mazurka. By C. 
Kinkel. (Music.) 

Silver cloud schottische. By A. 
Pacher. (Music.) 

White rose polka. For 6 hands. 
Composed by J. Becht. (C. Kin- 
kel.) Arranged by Wm. Dressier. 
(Music.) 

Wild-flower march. For 4 perform- 
ers ou 2 pianos. (8 hands.) Com- 
posed by C. Kinkel. Arranged by 
Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 
Kirkpatrick (William J.), Philadelphia: 

Half (The) was never spoken. By 
M. Maurice and W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(Music.) 

Look beyond. By E. E. Hewitt and 
W. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Precious golden grain. By J. Wil- 
son and W. J. Kirkpatrick. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Saviour, I follow on. By C. S. Rob- 
inson and T. W. Stewart. (Music.) 
Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig, Germany: 

Introduction et valse de concert. 
Pour violin et piano, op. 57. Par 
Emile Sauret. (Music.) 

Jefaime. Intermezzo amoroso, op. 
25. Pour piano par Paul Dupont. 
( Music.) 

Parfum discret. Intermezzo. op. 
24. Pour piano par Paul Dupont. 
(Music.) 
Knaffl & bro., Knoxville, Tenn. : 

Out for a lark. (Photographs.) 
Knight (Walter H.). New York: 

Alaska and the Klondike. (Maps.) 
Koerner & Hayes, Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Come all. (Lithographs.) 

Fills the bill. (Lithographs.) 

On the bum. (Lithographs.) 

Pacemakers. (Lithographs.) 



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Kohaus (R.), Chicago: 

English violets. Waltz. Composed 
by R . K oh aus . [For p i ano . ] ( M u- 
sic.) 
La Farge (John), Boston: 

Study for the figure of Saint Gabriel. 
By John La Farge, for the Church 
of the Paulist Fathers. (Engrav- 
ings.) 
Lammers (P. J.), Baltimore, Md. : 

Valse of the muses Composed for 
the piano by Bertha Wat ten scheidt. 
(Music.) 
Lamorton(0. H. de), New York: 

Empire (The) tailor svstem. (Books : 

2.) 
Famous (The) mercantile tailor sys- 
tem. (Books: 2.) 
Revman (K. L.) tailor system. 
(Books: 2.) 
Larisun (C. W.), Ringos, N. J. : 

Larisun (C. W.) Reminissensez ov 
a techer. (Books: 1.) 
Law (Hartland and Herbert E. L.), San 
Francisco, Cal. : 

Special instructions for using viavi 
cerate. (Books: 2.) 

Liquid. (Books: 2.) 

Tablettes. (Books: 2.) 

Viavi. A general lecture. (Books: 
2.) 
*Lawrence (Chester A.), Dorchester, 
Mass. : 

Study (A) for an altar piece in the 
church of St. Anthony, Antwerp. 
By Rubens. (Photographs.) 
Lawrence & Dinnis, Chicago : 

Pennsylvania (The) limited. (Front 
view.) (Photographs.) 

(Side view.) (Photographs.) 

Lawson (Margaret Herbert Stella), Bal- 
timore co., Md. : 

Engravings, nos. 1-12. (Engrav- 
ings.) 
Lawyers' coop. pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. : 
General digest. American and Eng- 
lish annotated. Refers to all re- 
ports, official and unofficial, v. 4. 
New series. (Books: 1.) 
Lefavour 'William J.), Salem, Mass. : 
Mignonette. Dance caprice. By E. 
W. Cole. (Music.) 
Leslie's weekly, New York : 

Spanish tars and torpedo boats. (En- 
gravings.) 
Leuckart(F. E. C), Leipzig: 

Aus alien zonen. op. 76. Miinner- 
chor mit orchester. Von Arnold 
Krug. no. 1. Morgongesang im 
kriege. (Chorus parts and orches- 
tral parts.) (Music.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

It is true, darling, that I play the 

races, etc. (Prints.) 
Lent. Final observances. (Prints.) 



! Lincoln (H. N.), Dallas, Tex.: 

Songland melodies. A new song 
book. By H. N. Lincoln. (Books: 
1.) 
Lione (John), Gilson, Me. : 

Lione (J.) The loss of the Maine. 
Song. (Books: 3.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia : 

Winter (J. S.) The peacemakers. 
(Books: 1.) 
Littleton view co., Littleton, N. H. : 

Late (The) Miss Frances E. Willard, 
pres. W. C. T. U. 1924. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

London and Lancashire fire insurance 
co., New York: 

London and Lancashire fire insur- 
ance policy. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
*Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

Ashford's organ voluntaries. A col- 
lection of preludes, offertories, and 
postludes for pipe and reed organs. 
Edited by Emma L. Ashford. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Beautiful raiment. Words by Har- 
riet E. Jones. Music by J. H. Ent- 
wisle. (Music.) 

Gloria patri. Anthem. By B. C. 
Unseld. (Music.) 

He will have mercy. Anthem. Bv 
J. Tibballs. (Music.) 

Ich bleib' bei dir. Konfirmationslied. 
By Carl W. Grimm. (Music.) 

Make a joyful noise. Anthem. By 
C.K. Langley. (Music.) 

Sifted wheat. A collection of songs 
for Sunday schools, etc. By Chas. 
H. Gabriei. (Music book.) 

Sing unto the Lord. Anthem. By 
C.H.Gabriel. (Music.) 

Sweet and low. Sacred song. Words 
by C. Daniels. Music by E. L. 
Ashford. (Music.) 

Sweet name of Jesus. AVords by 
W. C. Martin. Music by B. C. Un- 
seld. (Music.) 
Lorenz (R.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Critical (A) moment. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Lumberman's dinner. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Sunday on the plains. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 
! Lothrop pub. co.. Boston : 

Alden (Mrs. I. M.. Pansy). As in a 
mirror. Chaps. 1 to 27. (Books: 1.) 

Alden (I. M., Pansy V The Prhn 
Peace; or. the beautiful life of 
Jesus. Rev. ed. (Books: I. 
McBride (D, H.) A. eo.. Akron. Ohio: 

Beaufort (M, W.) Via c r a i 
(Books: I.) 



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McCaughey (W. Dwigkt) & co., Olathe, 
Kans. : 
Rock chalk, jay hawk K. U. march, 

or two-step. Composed by W. 

Dwight McCaughey. [For piano.] 

(Music.) 
McClure (C. ¥.), Sparta, Wis. : 

Jumping (The) jack. Words by C. 

Floyd McClure. Music by W. G. 

Sired. (Music.) 
Sing a song of pussy cats. Words by 

C. F. McClure. Music by W. G. 

Sired. (Music.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York: 

Success as an inventor. (Books: 3.) 
To succeed as a minister. By Rev. 

Dr. John Hall. (Books: 3.) 
MacDonald (Pirie), Albany, X. Y. : 
Easter (The) hare. (Prints.) 
Pirie MacDonald : s pets. (Prints.) 
Portrait study of child. (Prints.) 
Mclntire (M. L.), Woodston, Kans. : 

Live the old time over. Song. Words 

and music by M. L. Mclntire. 

(Music.) 
Mack (Mrs.E.),U. S.: 

Caliph of Bagdad. Opera set for 4 

hands. By E. Mack. (Music.) 
Grand march from Faust. Opera set 

forehands. By E. Mack. (Music.) 
Maryland rooster's schottische. For 

4 hands. By E. Mack. (Music.) 
Medley march. By E. Mack. (Music.) 
Rainbo-w waltz. By E. Mack. 

(Music.) 
Whispering hope. A la valse varie. 

By E. Mack. (Music.) 
Woodland march. By E. Mack. 

(Music.) 
Mack (Fred.), Providence, R. I. : 

Coon jine. By Josselyn & Mack. 

For piano. (Music.) 
Macmillan co., New York : 

Parker (G.) An adventurer of the 

north. (Books: 1.) 
A lover's diary. Songs in se- 
quence. (Books: 1.) 
A Romany of the snows. [2d 

series. Adventurer of the north.] 

(Books: 1.) 
Pierre and his people. Tales of 

the far north. (Books: 1.) 
When V almond came to Pontiac. 

The story of a lost Napoleon. 

(Books: 1.) 
Marchmont (A. W.), London, England: 
Marchmont (A. W.) In the grip of 

hate. (Books: 3.) 
Meade (L. T.), London, England: 

Meade (L. T.) An intangible fo6. 

(Books: 3.) 

Means (John Francis), Macon, Ga. : 

Means (J. F.) Trade receipt system 
of paying rebate to cash traders. 
(Books: 2.) 



Menken (Percival S.),New York: 

New York (The) monthly law record, 
vol. 3, no. 2, Feb., 1898. (Books : 2.) 
< *Metz (Theodore A.), IN ew York: 

Hot (A) coon from Klondike. Song 
and chorus. By Theo. A. Metz. 
Words by Geo. Graham. (Music.) 
""Meynen & co., Philadelphia : 

Mitchell (Dr. S. Weir). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Mielatz (Charles F. W.), New York: 

Lilies. (Engravings.) 
Mifflin (Lloyd), United States : 

Mifflin (L.) The slopes of Helicon 
and other poems. (Books: 1.) 
Millard's (H.) heirs, United States: 

Jeannie's reply. Solo or duet. By 
Harrison Millard. (Music.) 
Miller (C. H. R.), Springfield, Mass. : 

The story I love to hear. Song and 
refrain. By C. H. R. Miller. 
(Music.) 
*Miller (F. I.). Chicago : 

All aboard. (Photographs.) 
^Mitchell (W. S.), Vancouver, B. C, Can- 
ada : 

Klondike (The); or, the experience 
of a winter in the Klondike. A 
play. By W. S. Mitchell. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Molineux (George), New York: 

Andante religioso. (Organ.) I. W. 

Lerman. (Music.) 
Glory march. Organ. 0. B. Bird. 

op. 69. (Music.) 
Voluntary, no. 5. Organ. I. W. 

Lerman. (Music.) 
Voluntary in C. Organ. O. B. Bird, 
op. 78. (Music.) 
Morris (Robert J.) and Fox (Russell), 
New York : 

You're all right, but you can't come 
in. Words by R. J. Morris. Music 
by Russell Fox. (Music.) 
Mullen (Matthew E.), Boston : 

Only a sweetheart's tears. Song. 
Music by A. Corey. Words by M. 
E.Mullen. (Music.) 
Munro's (George) sons, New York: 

Cross (V.) Paula. A sketch from 

life. (Books: 1.) 
Hay den (Mrs. S.) The midnight 
marriage. (Books: 1.) 
[ Myll bros., New York: 

Van Cortlnndt march. By R. E. Sause. 
[For piano.] (Music.) 
| *Nagle (Mamie A.), Holyoke, Mass. : 

Orient (The) march. By Mamie A. 
Nagle. (Music.) 
| Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 
railway : 

Killebrew (J. B. ) Middle Tennessee. 

(Books: 1.) 

New era life ass'n, Grand Rapids, Mich. : 

New era life ass'n constitution, laws, 

and certificate of authority. 

(Books: 2.) 



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New York (Tlie) life insurance co., New 
York : 
Automatic (An) investment. (Books: 
2.) 
Noel (A.), Paris, France: 

Berceuse (Cradle song) de L. M. 
Gottschalk. op. 47. Arrangee pour 
le chant avec acconipagneuient de 
piano par Lucien Lambert. Poesie 
de Ed. Gainand. (Music.) 

Orgue (L') triomphal. lr livre. Mu- i 

sique de Adolphe Marty. (Music.) j 

2me livre. Musirjue tie Adolplie 

Marty. (Music.) 
Norcross (Frederic Walter), Philadel- : 
pkia: 
'Twixt love and loyalty. An histori- j 
cal drama in oue act. (Dramatic i 
compositions.) 
Novello, Ewer *&-, co., New York : 

Norman (The) baron. A choral bal- 
lad. Poem by Longfellow. Set to 
music for soprano solo, chorus, and 
orchestra. By F. N. Baxter. (Mu- 
sic ) 
Novello music co., Rochester, N. Y. : 

Old glory. Words by J. M. Hilliard. 
Music by G. N. Lovejoy. (Music.) 
Nuesch (John), Lecroy, Ark. : 

Nuesch (J.) Exposition of heavenly 
truths (etc.). (Books: 1.) 
OdellA, co. (H.F.), Boston: 

"What yer gwine ter do about it, 
honey ?" Words by Chas. W. Hird. 
Music by Lyle C. True. (Music.) 
Olmsted (M.N.), New York: 

Olmsted (M. N.) Walks and words 
of Jesus. 6th ed. (Books: 1.) 
Packard (C. C), Toledo, Ohio : 

Peace (The) of the nations. [Sun- 
day Journal, Apr. 3, 1898. ] (Books : 
3.) 
Packard (Gardner F.), Roxbury, Mass. : 
Master, blessed Master, hail! 
(Carol.) Words by D. M. Pratt. 
Music by G. F. Packard. (Music.) 
Payne (A. H.), Leipzig, Germany : 

Vaterhaus (Das.) Lied mit clavier- 
begleitung. Yon G. Winter, op. 
6, no. 1. [Dur und moll, Jan. 2. 
Heft. 7.] (Music.) 
Pearson (Enoch W.), Philadelphia: 

Manual of instruction in sight sing- 
ing for the elementary schools of 
Philadelphia. 1st year work, pt. 2. 
(Books: 2.) 
Pemberton (Max), Londou, England: 
Pemberton (Max). The man from 
Rome. A novel. (Books: 3.) 
Pennsylvania, academy of fine arts, Phila- 
delphia : 
Washington (General). President 
of the United States of America. 
(Photographs.) 
Perhacs (G. S.), New York : 

Mother McKinley at the portals of 
heaven. (Engravings.) 



Perkins (Mary Holden): 

Sunbeams, no. 2. A collection of 
original songs for the Sunday- 
school. By Harold Marlow. (Music 
book.) 
Peterson (E. Frank), Vermilion, S. Dak. : 

Elkton, S. Dak., 1898. (Maps.) 
Phonographic institute co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio: 

Pitman (B.) Phonography: What it 
is and what it does. (Books: 2.) 
Piatt (B. C), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Power (The) of the pulse. (Books: 
2.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Baltimore street directory for 1898. 
(R. L.Polk & co. 's.) v. 12. (Books: 

1.) 

Detroit city and Wayne county busi- 
ness directory, 1898-99. v. 5. 
(Books: 1.) 
Post (Miss Jeannette), Norfolk, Va. : 

Kentucky march and two-step. By 
Miss Jeannette Post. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Powers (E.L.), Chicago: 

American electrical directory and 

buyers' manual. 6th v., no. 1. 

Serial number, 21. Mar. 30, 1898. 

(Books: 2.) 

Presbyterian board of publication and 

Sabbath school work, Philadelphia : 

Missionary exercises, (no. 4.) (Books: 

1.) 

Morris (E.P.) The greatness and 
the joy of preaching. (Books: 2.) 
Press pub. co., New York: 

English (T. D. ) The ballad of brave 
Bill Anthonv. [World, Apr. 3, 
1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Lewis (L. ) The assassins of Havana 
harbor. (Books: 3.) 

4th installment. (Books: 3.) 

5th installment. (Books: 3.) 

7th installment, (Books: 3.) 

8th installment. (Books: 

* Presser (Theo.), Philadelphia: 

Etudes arabesques on an original 
theme for pianoforte, op. 75. By 
Wilson G. Smith. (Music. ) 

Well-known and favorite melodies 
arranged in an easy manner for 
piano solo. By T. L. Rickaby. 
(Music book.) 
Procter (A. T.), Huntington, W. \'a. : 

All coons look alike to me. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

First (The) cigar. (Photographs 

Putnam's (G. P.) sons. New York : 

Koerner (H. T.) Beleaguered, A 
story of the uplands of Baden in 
the seventeenth century. (Books: 
1A 
Lewis (E. D.) Old prisons and pun- 
ishments. v v - '-• Mar.. L898, no. :>. 
Half-moon series.) (Books: L.) 



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Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York: 

Sergeant (L.) The Franks. (Books: 

1.) 
Rainey (Charles T.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Raiuey's outline map of Pittsburg 
coal bed from Pittsburg to West 
Virginia. [New ed.] (Maps.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Washington. Rand, McNally & co.'s 
indexed county and township 
pocket map and shippers' guide. 
(Maps.) 
Randolph (A. D. F.) co., New York: 

Pentecost (G. F.) Christian assur- 
ance. [Precious truths, v. 1, no. 3, 
Apr., 1898.] (Books: 2.) 
Ratcliff (W. F.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Ratcliff ( W. F.) Handbook of print- 
ing. (Books: 1.) 
Rau (William H.), Philadelphia: 

Across La place de la Concorde. Paris. 
1701. (Photographs.) 

American consulate, Havana. 1461. 
(Photographs.) 

At the wine press. Bingen. x 1406. 
(Photographs.) 

Bringing in the grapes. Bingen. 
17481. (Photographs.) 

Capt. Sigsbee and Lt. Wainwright of 
the Maine. 1451. (Photographs.) 

Cathedral where Columbus's body 
lies. Havana. 1464. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Changing horses at Arc de Triomphe. 
Paris. 17498. (Photographs.) 

Columbus memorial chapel. Havana. 
1463. (Photographs.) 

Eiffel tower. Paris. xl441. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Eiffel tower from Trocadero. Paris. 
xl442. (Photographs.) 

Fort at Jaruca railroad station, Cuba. 
1471. (Photographs.) 

Fortified railroad station at Empa- 
line, Cuba, 1470. (Photographs.) 

Gateway of Colon cemetery, Havana. 
1453. " (Photographs.) 

Gathering grapes. Bingen. x 1402. 
(Photographs.) 

Gen. Lee, Capt. Sigsbee, and cap- 
tain, U. S. S. Fern. 1457. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Gen. Lee sitting on chair recovered 
from Maine. 1453, (Photographs.) 

Graves of the Maine sailors, Colon 
cemetery, Havana. 1459. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Group of sailors and Maine's cat. 
1456. (Photographs.) 

Harvesting the vineyard. Bingen. 
17478. (Photographs.) 

Hotel de Yille and the Seine, Paris, 
x 1418. (Photographs.) 

Hotel Inglaterra, residence of Gen- 
eral Lee, Havana, 1460. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Rau (William H.), Philadelphia: 

In the vineyard. Bingen. x 1404. 
(Photographs.) 

Interior chapel of Montscrate, Ma- 
tanzas, Cuba. 1472. (Photographs.) 

Loading a butte. Bingen. x 1403. 
(Photographs.) 

Market scene. Coblentz. x 1390. 
(Photographs.) 

Matanzas. A starving Cuban. Cuba. 

1465. (Photographs.) 
Panorama and Eiffel Tower. Paris. 

xl426. (Photographs.) 

Plaza de armas. Havana, 1462. 
(Photographs.) 

President McKinley's special com- 
missioner and wife. 1455. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Reconcentrados at Matanzas, Cuba. 
1468. (Photographs.) 

Spanish scouts. Yumuri valley, 
Cuba. 1467. (Photographs.) 

Spanish soldiers arriving at Agua- 
cate. 1469. (Photographs.) 

Starving Cubans at Matanzas, Cuba. 

1466. (Photographs.) 
Trocadero from the bridge. Paris. 

x 1443. (Photographs.) 

Trocadero from the garden. Paris. 
17514. (Photographs.) 

Wreck of the Maine. Among the 
wreckage. 1448. (Photographs.) 

Capt. Sigsbee. 1452. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Details of the wreck. 1444. 

(Photographs.) 

1478. (Photographs.) 

Divers. 1450. (Photographs.) 

Divers coming up to report. 

1447. (Photographs.) 

Divers going down. 1449. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

First day of the divers. 1451. 

(Photographs.) 

Hoisting6-inch gun shield. 1445. 

(Photographs.) 

Stern of the wreck. 1446. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Redding, Baird & co., Boston: 

"John Eliot preaching to the In- 
dians." (Fine arts : photograph of 
design.) 
Reed (J. Harris), Beverly, N. J. : 

Cottage, no. 15. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of drawing.) 
Reed (William Lord), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Mosaic (A). (Books: 2.) 
Regina music box co., Railway, N. J. : 

Bride (The) elect. March. Sousa, 
no. 2193. (Musical chart.) 

June (The) bugs' dance. Polka- 
rondo. Hoist, no. 4094. (Musi- 
cal chart.) 

Just whisper that you love her. Bal- 
lad. Jones, no. 1595. (Musical 
chart.) 



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Regina music box co., Railway, N. J. : 
Nightingale (The) song - . Zeller. no. 

4093. (Musical chart.) 
When the swallows homeward fly. 
Song. Abt. no. 4092. (Musical 
chart.) 
Revell (Fleming H.), co., New York: 
Murray (A.) Thetruevine. (Books: 
1.) 

Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Realm (The) of tranquillity. A poet's 
plan for living above life's trouble. 
By Newell Dwight Hillis. (Books : 

a.) 

Rice (L. L.), Philadelphia : 

Pierce (E. M.) The steam-engine in- 
dicator and how to use it. Chap. 
4. [The Practical engineer, vol. 
2, no. 3.] (Books: 3.) 

Rice (M. P.), Washington, D. C. : 

Andrew Johnson. (Photographs.) 
Abraham Lincoln. (Photographs.) 
Edwin M. Stanton, no. l/ (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Thaddeus Stevens, no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Richardson (Anna S.), Council Bluifs, 
Iowa : 

Musician's (The) sweetheart. A cur- 
tain raiser. By A. S. Richardson. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 

Ricordi (G.) & C, Milan, Italy : 

Quattro pezzi sacri di G. Verdi. Per 
canto e pianoforte. Ave Maria, 
Stabat Mater, Laudi alia Yergine 
Maria, Te Deum. (Riduzione di 
G. Luporini.) (Music.) 

* Rieter-Biedermann (J.), Leipzig: 

Blinde (Der) konig. Fiir eine sing- 

stimme, mit clavierbegleitung. 

Von Heinrich von Herzogenberg. 

op. 100. Mittlerestimme. Bandl. 

[Balladen und romanzen. no. 3.] 

(Music.) 
Junker rechberger. Fiir eine sing- 

stimme mit clavierbegleitung. Von 

Heinrich von Herzogenberg. op. 

101. Hohere stimme. Band 2. 

[Balladen und romanzen. no. 4.] 

(Music.) 

Letzte heimkehr. Fiir eine sing- 
stimme mit clavierbegleitung. Von 
Heinrich von Herzogenberg. op. 
100. Mittlere stimme. Band 1. 
[Balladen und romanzen. no. 4.] 
(Music.) 

Nonne (Die). Fiir eine singstimme 
mit clavierbegleitung. Von Hein- 
rich von Herzogenberg. op. 101. 
Hohere stimme. Band 2. [Balla- 
den und romanzen. no. 3.] (^Mu- 
sic.) 

18977— Yol. 15. No. 1 G 



'"Rieter-Biedermann (J.), Leipzig: 

Northhemd (Das-). Fiir eine sing- 
stimme mit clavierbegleitung. Yon 
Heinrich von Herzogenberg. op. 
1C0. Mittlere stimme. Band 1. 
[Balladen und romanzen. no. 1.1 
(Music.) 

Schneiders Hollenfahrt. Fiir eine 
singstimme mit clavierbegleitung. 
Von Heinrich von Herzogenberg. 
op. 101. Hohere stimme. Band 2. 
[Balladen und romanzen. no. 6.] 
(Music.) 

Schwarze (Der) ritter. Fiir eine 
singstimme mit clavierbegleitung. 
Von Heinrich von Herzogenberg. 
op. 101, no. 1. Hohere stimme. 
Band 2. [Balladen und romanzen. 
no. 1.] (Music.) 

Vatergruft (Die). Fiir eine sing- 
stimme mit clavierbegleitung. Von 
Heinrich von Herezogenberg, op. 
100. Mittlere stimme. Band 1. 
[Balladen und romanzen. no. 2.] 
(Music.) 

Versunkene (Das) kloster. Fiir eine 
singstimme mit clavierbegleitung. 
Von Heinrich von Herzogenberg. 
op. 101. Hohere stimme. Band 2. 
[Balladen und romanzen. no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

Vom treuen Walther. Fiir eine sing- 
stimme mit clavierbegleitung. 
Von Heinrich von Herzogenberg. 
op. 101. Hohere stimme. Band 2. 
[Balladen und romanzen. no. 2.] 
(Music.) 
Roberts (A. & P.) co., Philadelphia: 

Steel in construction. 10th ed. 189S, 

(Books: 1.) 
Roberts (William P.), Minneapolis, 
Minn. : 

Roberts (W. P.) Digest of revised 
laws and decisions and annotated 
constitutions of the International 
supreme lodge of the independent 
order of good templars. (Books: 1.) 
Robinson (J. Watts), BostoD: 

Robinson (J. W.) Plan for division 
of profits in a building and loan 
ass'n. no. 17. (Books: 2.) 

Robinsonian o. 0. 7. and 8 pet 

cent interest book. 2d eel. (Books: 
1.) 
Roessler (Einil), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

52 select formulas tor home treat- 
ment. (Books: 2.) 
Roessler (O. F.), Jefferson, Wis.: 

Jefferson county history, chap. 186, 
(Books: 3.) 
Rogers &, Eastman. Cleveland, Ohio: 

In Arcadia. For guitar. By J. H. 
Spatz. (Music.) 
Rogers. lYet A e©., New York: 
"Livery. 1898. (Books: 2.) 

Things clerical. (Books: 2.) 



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Rohlfing sons music co., Milwaukee, Wis. : 
Evening shadows. K. Abt. For 

quartet or chorus choirs. (Music.) 
First (The) song. (Vocal march.) 

For men\s voices. (Music.) 
My old Kentucky home. Foster. 

Quartet for men's voices. (Music.) 
Xow on the first day of the week. 

(Easter anthem.) Men's voices. H. 

Lahn. For quartet or chorus 

choirs. (Music.) 
Softly fades the twilight ray. Solo, 

soprano or tenor, and quartet or 

chorus. For quartet or chorus 

choirs. (Music.) 
They have taken away my Lord. 

Easter anthem. D." Protheroe. 

(Music.) 
What, ho ! ye gray beard mariners. 

For men's voices. (Music.) 
Rollins (Montgomery), Boston: 

Rollins (M.) " Montgomery " cipher 

code. Revised and enlarged. 4th 

ed. (Books: 2.) 
Root (Frank K.) & co., Chicago: 

Last hope. By Gottschalk. Simpli- 
fied by F. Boscovitz. [For piano.] 

(Music.) 
Root (Frederic W.), Chicago: 

Lessons in the development and man- 
agement of the voice. By Frederic 

W. Root. Vocal culture. Lesson 

no. 4. (Books: 2.) 
Sachs (Isidor),New York: 

Under the starry banner. March and 

two-step. By Isidor Sachs. Piano. 

(Music.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 
Belmont, Belknap county, N. H. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Brookings. Brookings countv. S. Dak. 

Feb., 1898. (Maps.) 
Chatham, Columbia county, N. Y. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Clinton, Dewitt county, 111. Mar.. 

1898. (Maps.) 
Darlington. Darlington countv. S. C. 

Feb., 1898. (Maps.) 
Dunkirk, Chautauqua countv, N. Y. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
' Elk Point. Union county, S. Dak. 

Mar., 1898. (Insurance maps.) 

(Maps.) 
Eutaw, Green countv. Ala. Mar., 

1898. (Maps.) 
Fairmont, Vermilion countv. 111. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Forestville. Chautauqua countv. N. 

Y. Feb.. 1898. (Maps.) 
Greenville, Pitt countv. N. C. Mar., 

1898. (Maps.) 
Gurlev. Madison countv, Ala. Mar., 

1898.' (Maps.) 
Hudson county, N. Y. v. 10. 1898. 

(Insurance maps of.) (Maps.) 
Huntsville. Madison countv. Ala. 

Feb. 1898. (Maps.) 



Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Maxton. Robeson countv, N. C. Mar., 
1898. ' (Maps.) 

Pittsford. Monroe county, N.Y. Mar., 
1898. (Maps.) 

Portsmouth, Rockingham county, 
N. II . Jan., 1898. (Maps.) 

Salisbnrv Beach. Essex couutv. Mass. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Shell Lake, Washburn county, Wis. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Somersworth. Stafford countv, N. H. 
Mar.. 1898. (Maps.) 
Sanders (George A.), Springfield, HI. : 

Sanders (G. A.) Reality, or law and 
order vs. anarchy and socialism. 
A reply to Edward Bellamy's Look- 
ing backward and Equalitv. 
(Books: 1.) 
Saunders (John), New York: 

Miss Borough of Brooklyn. Two-act 
burlesque. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
^Schirmer (G. ), New York: 

He lives again in me. Easter hymn. 
Words by Ida Scott Taylor. Music 
by Fred. Schilling. [Schirmers 
Easter annuals, no. 6.] (Music.) 

Jesus lives. Easter hymn. Words 
by Ida Scott Taylor. Music by 
Fred. Schilling. [Schirmer's Easter 
annuals, no. 1.] (Music.) 

O resurrection morn. Easter hymn. 
Words by Ida Scott Taylor. Music 
by Fred. Schilling. " [Schirmer's 
easter annuals, no. 5.] (Music.) 

Triumphant Zion, strike the chord. 
Easter hymn. Words by Ida Scott 
Taylor. Music by Fred. Schilling. 
[Schirmer's Easter annuals, no. 3.] 
(Music.) 

When earth is young again. Easter 
hymn. Words by Ida Scott Taylor. 
Music by Fred. Schilling. [Schir- 
mer's Easter annuals, no. 2.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

With the lilies I will praise Him. 
Easter hymn. Words by Ida Scott 
Taylor. Music by Fred! Schilling. 
[Schirmer's Easter aunuals. no. 4.] 
(Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

The rain of gold (La pluie d'or) polka. 
C. Bohm. Revised and fingered by 
Ferd. Meyer. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 

Idol's (The) eye waltzes. By V. Her- 
bert. Arranged by O. Langey. Ed. 
for military ban d. (Music. ) 

President's (the) march. By V. Her- 
bert. For military band. Arranged 
by Otto Langey. (Music.) 

Serenade. (From Ben Hur.) Song, 
with piano accompaniment. Com- 
posed by F. E. Sawyer. [Three 
songs, no. 2.] (Music.) 



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Schuberth (Edward) & co.. New York: 
Sylvia. Song, with piano accompani- 
ment. Composed by F. E. Sawyer. 
[Three songs, no. 3.] (Music.) 
Thou, O God, art praised in Zion. 
Anthem. For soli and quartet. 
By W. O. Wilkinson. (Music.) 
To Sigfride. (Swedish love song.) 
With piano accompaniment. Com- 
posed by F. E. Sawyer. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Fritz, jr.), Germany: 

Ich hab' doch nichts so lieb wie dich 
mein miitterlein. Lied fur eine 
singstimme. op. 28. Von. A. Hofift. 
Ausgabe fur sop ran. (Music.) 
Schuster (E. J.) printing co., St. Louis: 
Lumberman's (The) universal rate 
book, applying on lumber. East- 
ern ed. v. 4, no. 4. Apr. 1, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 

Western ed. v. 4, no. 4. Apr. 1, 

1898. (Books: 2.) 
Scotchler (Joseph L.), Berkeley, Cal. : 
Berkeley, California. (Books: 2.) 
Scott (John M.), Bloomington, 111. : 

Scott (J. M.) Litta, an American 
singer. A sketch of Marie Eugenia 
von Eisner. (Books: 1.) 
Seaborn (Henry G.), U. S. : 

El Dorado march and two-step. 
Composed by H. G. Seaborn. [For 
piano.] (Music.) 
Seiss (Joseph A.), Philadelphia: 

Seiss (J. A.) Golden (The) altar. 
Forms of living faith. (New and 
enlarged ed.) (Books: 1.) 

* Selin (Selrah C), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Fairies' delight. Polka caprice for 
piano. By Selrah C. Selin. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Setchell(G.W.), Boston: 

Can't use you now. Words and mu- 
sic by G. Evans. (Music.) 
Seymour (George E.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Seymour (G. E.) An elementary 
arithmetic, with all processes de- 
veloped by analytical methods 
based on reason. (Books: 1 ) 
Shaeffer (Arling), Chicago : 

Superb mandolin collection. Cello 
part. By Samuel Siegel. (Music.) 

Mandolin part. By Samuel Sie- 
gel. (Music.) 

Piano part. By Samuel Siegel. 

(Music.) 

* Sharpies (Joseph, jr.), Pawtucket, R. I. : 

Sharples's studies for the violin, op. 
10. (Music book.) 
Shattuck (C.F.): 

Is there room among the angels .' 
Song and chorus. Composed by 
('. F. Shattuck. (Music.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London : 

But that's another story. By Walter 
P. Keen. (Song. ) ( Music. ) 



Sheard (Charles) & co.. London : 

Plantation echo song (when I calls 
high-O). Words by V. Matthews. 
Music by C. R. A. Cook. (Music.) 
Sheldon (Seth L.), Ithaca, N. Y. : 

(Sheldon, S. L.) How long to expose 
a sensitive plate. By Sheldon. 
(Books: 2.) 
Shelmire (Mary), Dallas, Tex. : 

Jessemine two-step. By M. Shelmire. 
[For piano. J (Music.) 
Shelton (Isabelle), Louisville, Ky. : 

Fate (The) of the battleship ''Maine." 
Words and music by Isabelle Shel- 
ton. Arranged by R. A. Sears. 
(Music.) 
Siegie (Minnie), Philadelphia: 

Instruction book of Madam Sie.ule's 
French tailor system. (Books: 2.) 
Silex insulation co., New York: 

Indestructible, incombustible, insu- 
lated conduits. (Books: 2.) 
Simrock (N.), Berlin, Germany: 

Drei lyrische stiicke fur violine mit 
begleitung des pianoforte. Yon 
Leone Sinigaglia. op. 12. no. 1. 
Larghetto. no. 2. Agitato, no. 3. 
Adagio. (Music.) 
Trio (in F) fur pianoforte, violine 
and violoncell. Yon Hans Pfitzner. 
op. 8. (Music.) 
Slater (Irene Searles), U. S. : 

Delft (A) fancy. Words by L. C. 
Pitcher. Music by I. S. Slater. 
(Music.) 
Slupski (Sigmund), Detroit, Mich. : 

Politykier. (Books: 2.) 
Smith (I. L.), Philadelphia: 

War map of Cuba. Size 23 by 36 
inches/ Scale 25 miles to one inch. 
(Maps.) 
Smith (Jeremiah), Cambridge. Mass. : 

Smith (J.) Cases on selected topics 
in the law of municipal corpora- 
tions. (Books: 1.) 
* Southern music co.. Birmingham. Ala. : 
Southern (The) star march. By 

Phillip Meiuoli. (Music.) 
Treasures of the heart. S o n g . 
Words and music by Mathilda 
Bilbro. (Music.) 
Southworth bros., Portland, Me. : 

Comprehensive (A) treatment on 
sterling liniment. (Books: 2. 
Spectator co.. New York: 

Pocket (The) register of accident 
insurance for 1898. I Books: 2. 
Starr (Frederick », Chicago: 

Bust portraits of Pueblo Indians — 
Arcera (Juan). (Finearts: photo- 
graph of statuary.) 
* Arcera (Vixcente). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary . 
Cnallao (Jose Domingo 

arts: photograph of statuary 
Cordera (Juan I. ( Kine arts 
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*Starr (Frederick), Chicago: 

Bust portraits of Pueblo Indians — 

Gallegos (Juan de Jesus). (Fine 
arts: photograph of statuary.) 

Garcia (Cristobal). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Melchior (Antonio). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Montoya (Alcario). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Montoya (Manuel). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Montoya (Ventura). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Moquino (Jenes). Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of statuary.) 

Ortiz (Candelaria). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Suina (Juan). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of statuary.) 

Trujillo (Chavecita). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Trujillo (Louise.) (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 

Urina (Anastasio). (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 
State of Maryland : 

History and roster of Maryland volun- 
teers, war of 1861-65. v. 1. (Books: 

1.) 
Steele (Sam. V.), United States: 

Don't dare the eagle of Columbia. 
Written by Sam. V. Steele. Ar- 
ranged by George Stevens. 
(Music.) 
Stewart & Bauer, Philadelphia : 

Practical lingering for the guitar. 
By Walter Jacobs. With supple- 
ments by Aiding Shaeffer, Geo. W. 
Gregory. Earl Grainger, and E. H. 
Frey. '(Books: 1.) 
Storck (George H.), New York : 

Elk. (Fine arts: photograph of stat- 
uary.) 
Strobridge lithog. co.. Cincinnati, Ohio : 
Lady trick -riders. (P. B. no. 16.) 
9-sheet. (Lithographs.) 
Stuart & co., Cleveland, Ohio: 

Stuart & co. iron ore. (Books: 2.) 
Student volunteer movement for foreign 
missions, New York : 

Beach (H. P. ) St. Paul and the gen- 
tile world ; or, missions in the light 
of Acts and the gentile epistles.) 
(Books: 1.) 
Sturtevant (Herman L.), Hanover, Mass. : 
Sonata recitaudo. Poco adagio. 
(Photographs.) 

• Pin vivo. (Photographs.) 

Molto mosso miserere. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Tanenbaum (Moses), New York: 

Coventry (The) road. (Fine arts: 

photograph of painting.) 
Cow in pasture. Painted by Frank 
Russell Green. A. N. A. (Fine arts : 
photograph oi painting.) 



Tanenbaum (Moses), New York: 

Pasture (The) brook. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 
Tate (Edgar) & co., New York: 

"Manual of foreign patents." 
(Books: 2.) 
Taylor, Chas. Edgar, Fond du Lac, Wis. : 

Arithmetic. Rules and definitions. 
Cathedral choir school, Fond du 
Lac, Wis. (Books: 2.) 
Terhune (M. Virginia), New York: 

Harland (M.) Alone. By Virginia 
Terhune. (Books: 1.) 

The hidden path. (Books: 1.) 

Nemesis. (Books: 1.) 

s Thompson (Will L.), East Liverpool, 
Ohio: 

Do to others as you would have them 
do to you. AVords and music by 
Will Thompson. (Music.) 
Thompson music co., Chicago: 

Brunswick waltz. Composed by I. 
W.Blake. (Music.) 

Maid of the mountain. Ballad. 
Words by Joe Link. Music by Wm. 
J . Water s . (Music. ) 

Old (The) kitchen clock. Words and 
music by G. B. Brigham. (Music.) 
Tiffany glass and decorating co., New 
York : 

Knowledge and truth. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Last (The) words of Martin Luther. 
(Photographs.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York: 

Divided love. (Engravings.) 

Miller's (The) daughter. (Engrav- 
ings.) 
Tretbar (Charles F.), New York: 

Gnome's frolic. (Heinzelmannchen.) 
For piano. By Ed. Poldini. op. 20, 
no. 5. (Music.) 

In elfiand. (Feenreigen.) Forpiano. 
By Ed. Poldini. op. 20, no. 1. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Knights (The) procession. (Ritter- 
zng.) Forpiano. By Ed. Poldini. 
op. 20, no. 6. (Music.) 

Prince and princess. (Prinz und 
prinzesxin.) For piano. By Ed. 
Poldini. op. 20, no. 2. (Music.) 

Songof thenixies. (Nixensang.) For 
piano. By Ed. Poldini. op. 20, no. 
4. (Music.) 

Witch (The). (Diehexe.) Forpiano. 
By Ed. Poldini. op. 20, no. 3. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Turney (Eugene T.), Chicago: 

Butterlly mazurka. For 1st and 2d 
mandolin and guitar. By Eugene 
T. Turney. (Music.) 
Underwood & Underwood, New York: 

Alpine (An) elevator to the clouds. 
Mount Pilatus, Switzerland. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Bachelors' buttons. (Photographs.) 



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Underwood & Underwood, New York: 

Cozy (A) corner in the queen's par- 
lors, royal palace, Stockholm, Swe- 
den. (Photographs.) 

Double (The) giant white poppy. 
(Photographs.) 

Gotha (The) canal at Trollhattan, 
Sweden. (Photographs.) 

Headquarters of the Suez canal co., 
Port Said, Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Kinnekulle (The) range, from lake 
Wenern, Sweden. (Photographs.) 

Liliuni candidum. The most chaste 
of lilies. (Photographs.) 

Little (A) turf-covered cottage in the 
woods, Smalands, Sweden. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Seven (The) sisters' Ease, with hon- 
eysuckle. (Photographs.) 

* Van Aman (W. N.), Suffern, N. Y. : 

Adoration. (Photographs.) 
Van Dright (D. Everett), Willimantic, 
Conn. : 
Van Dright (D. E.) How to live. 
(Books: 2.) 
Van Nostrand (D.) co., New York: 

Hill (J. W.) The purification of pub- 
lic water supplies. (Books: 1.) 

* Van Slyke (E. C), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

; Tis best for you and me to part. 
Words and music by E. C. Valeria. 
(Music.) 
Walker (Fannie B.), West Point, Ga. : 
Hill (Mrs. A. P.) Mrs. Hill's new 
cook book; or, housekeeping made 
easy. New and enlarged ed. 
(Books: 1.) 
Walsh (William L.), New York : 

Ten years ago to-day. Words and 
music by William L. Walsh. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Ward (V. C), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ward's Mexican tour of 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 
Waring (Vechten), New York: 

"Trump moonlight chart for wheel- 
men." (Books: 2.) 
Wasson (B. S.) & co., Chicago: 

Berg (W. G., compiler and editor.) 
American railway bridges and 
buildings. Compiled and edited 
by Walter G. Berg. (Books: 1.) 
Webner (The) co. Frank E., Chicago: 
" Card ledgers." (Books: 2.) 

* Weidner (Charles), San Francisco, Cal. : 

General War field greeting General 
Dickinson. (Photographs.) 
Weiss (Jul.), Berlin, Germany: 

Liebestandelei. Genrestiick. By 
Carl Hems. op. 256. Fur 2 viol., 
viola, violoncello u. piano, eine 
floten nnd cornet a piston, no. 11. 
(Music.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

American digest, v. 2. Affidavits- 
Appeal and error. Divisions I to 
IX. Century ed. (Books: 1.) 



Western engraving co., St. Louis, Mo. : 
Phillips (G. M.) A handbook of 
genito-uriuary and venereal dis- 
eases. (Books: 1. ) 
Wetzlau (Emil), Belleville, 111. : 

Under both flags. Romantic drama 
in four acts. Written by John 
Wetzlau. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
Whaley, Royce & co., Toronto. Ontario: 
Memories. Words and music by H. 
Jenner. (Music.) 
Wharmby (Thomas Washington). New 
York: 

Beach (The) of life; or, in a cottage 
by the sea. By Thomas Washing- 
ton Wharmby. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 
Whipple (C. H. S.), secretary of state of 
Colorado : 
Colorado. Reports of decisions of 
the court of appeals, v. 9. T. M. 
Robinson, reporter. (Books: 1.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston : 

Love divine, all love excelling. 

Mendelssohn-Brackett. (Music.) 
Maiden, we sing to thee. Part song 
for male voices. J. C. Mac v. 
(Music.) 
St. George promenade. March. Com- 
posed and arranged on melodies of 
Alfred W. Lawson by Frank E. 
Jonson. (Music.) 
Sweethearts' delight waltz. For 
four voices. By I. C. Macy. Mix- 
ed voices. (Music.) 
Whitehill (IraE.), Frederick county, Md. : 
Reveille. March. (Two-step. ) By 
I. E. Whitehill. (Music.) 
^Whitney (Frank), Lakeside. 111. : 

Indre. (Engravings.) 
Whittaker (Thomas), New York: 

McConnell (S. D.). History of the 
American Episcopal church. 7th 
ed., revised and enlarged. (Books : 
1.) 
Wickins & co., London: 

Molly clear. (Valse.) (With mando- 
lin accompaniment ad lib.) By 
Ch. Stephano. (Music.) 
Wilson (Eugene B.), Salem, Va, : 

Wilson(E.B.) Hydraulic and placer 
mining. 1st ed. (Books: 1.) 
Wilson (Mrs. (i. lO. U.S.: 

Sleep well! By G. D. Wilson, op. 22. 
(Music.) 
*Wilson (Mrs. Josephine ML), I S 

Etourdie (L')« (Careless andhappy.) 
Caprice brillante, Ponr piano. 
Par (.J. 1>. Wilson, op. 20. (M a 
Winner (Sep.), U. S. : 

Cornflower waltzes. (Budget oi 
music.) Arranged for violii 
piano. By S. V> inner. M 
Little wee dog. ByS. Winner. (Mu- 
sic.) 



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Winner (Sep.), U.S. : 

Winner's new school for the cabinet 

organ. (Music-hook.) 
Winner's new school for the flute. 

(Music-hook.) 
Winner's new school for the piano. 
(Music- book.) 
Wittenberg (Frank C), Detroit. Mich. : 
I wish I could see her again. By 
Frank C.Wittenberg. (Music.) 
Wright (Wilbur L.), Washington, D. C. : 
Cattle in the stream. An original 
painting. By R. L. Johnston. 
(Fine arts : photograph of paint- 
' ing.) 
Wynian (Heirs of A. P.), U. S. : 

Driven from home. Melody by W. 
S. Hays. Arranged, with brilliant 
variations, by A. P. Wyman. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Pearl galop. For 6 Lands. Com- 
posed by A. P. Wymau. Arranged 
by Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 



i Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford co., Al- 
bany, N. Y. : 

Complete pocket edition of the new 
primarv election law. Prepared 
by H.E.Abell. (Books: 2.; 
Wynn (William T.), Danville, Va. : 

"Gilkooley's dream." Three-act 
farce comedy. [New edition.] 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Young ( Wm. Henry), Athens, Ga. : 

Young ( W. H. ) How to preach with 
power. Revised edition. (Books: 
1.) 
"Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig: 
Kliinge aus dem orient. Walzer. 
Von Otto von Walden. op. 7b. 
Ausgabe fiir militar-musik. (Mu 
sic.) 
Zweifel (T.), Duluth, Minn. : 

Easter, no. 3. (Photographs.) 
Fortissimo, no. 1. (Photographs. 
Solace, no. 2. (Photognrphs.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
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Vol. 15, no. 2. 
Whole no. 354— April 20, 1808, 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 89 

(2) Miscellaneous 05 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 100 
II. Dramatic Compositions 102 

III. Periodicals '. 102 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music Ill 

V. Maps and Charts 126 



VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints. 



127 



Tage. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 129 

VIII. Photographs 130 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as works of the rino 
arts) 134 

X. Index op Copyright Proprietors... 135 



WASHINGTON: 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1 8 9 8 . 



[EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS -d) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 

Agricultural (The) newspaper advertis- 
ers' register. 8 C . Chicago, Frank B. j 
White co., 1898. (1898, no. 15695, Mar. [ 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by F. B. White co., Chi- 
cago. 

Allen (Willis Boyd). The Pineboro I 

quartette. 12°. *" Boston, Estes & Lau- 

riat, 1898. (1898, no. 17770, Mar. 16. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Estes & Lauriat, Bos- I 

ton. 

American (The) kennel club studbook. I 
Official, v. 14. Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1897. [ 
12°. [n.i.J (1898. no. 22942, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 3 I 

Copyright by American kennel club, 
New York. 

Anders (James M.) A text-book of the 
practice of medicine. 2d ed. 8°. 
Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders. 1898. 
(1898, no. 19554, Mar. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 

Andrews (James P., reporter). See Con- 
necticut reports, v. 70, pt. 1 . 

Ash (Mark). See New York. The 
greater charter, as enacted in 1897. 

Automatic (The) instructor. A practical 
system for home study. 12°. St. Paul, 
Minn., Wm. Kennedy ptg co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 16056, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 5 

Copyright by G. W. Read, St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Babad (Nathan M., translator). See 
Sienldewicz (Henryk). The third 
woman. 

Bailey (L.H.) The pruning hook. 16°, 

New York, Macmillan co. , 1898. ( 1898, 

no. 22863, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

11,1898.) 6 

Copyright by L. 11. Bailey. Ithaca. 

N. Y. 



Authors — Continued. 

Banks (Louis Albert). Paul and his 
friends. A series of reviyal sermons. 
12°. New York, Funk & Wagnalls co., 
1898. (1898, no. 22162, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) ' 7 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 

Beck (George A. D.) See Ohnet (Georges). 
La nTle du depute. 

Bennett (John E.) Alaska, its waters, 
land, and life. 4°. San Francisco, 
Mysell-Rollins co., 1898. (1898, no. 
19196, Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12. 
1898.) 8 

Copyright by Mysell-Rollins co., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Bennett (Sanford Fillmore). The pio- 
neers. An idyl of the middle west. 
16°. Chicago, R. R. Donnelley & sous 
co., 1898. (1898, no. 12705, Feb. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 9 

Copyright by S. F. Bennett, Rich- 
mond, 111. 

Bennett (W. H.. compiler). Bennett's 
cipher code for steamship owners, 
agents, and brokers. 2. 3, 4. 5 letter 
cipher, 4, 5, and 10 numeral cipher. 1 st 
ed.,1898. 4-. [n.i.] (1897, no. 68441, 
Dec. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. 10 
Copyright by Win. Henry Bennett, 
New York. 

Blount (Edward A., jr.) Poem-. 12°. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Elm street ptu. oo., 

1S97. (1897. no. 68116. Dee. 7. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 11 

Copyright by E. A. Blount, jr.. 

Nacogdoches, Tex. 

Brooklyn blue book, 1898. Revised and 

published annually. 12 . Brooklyn, 

s. I.. Bliss, 1898. (1898, no. 2 - 

11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11,18 - 12 

Copyright by S. L. Rliss, Brooklyn, 

V ' V 



89 



C J0 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 






Authors — Continued. 

Burns (Robert). Selections from the 
poetry. Edited by Lois G. Hufford. 
16°. 'Boston, Allvn & Bacon, [n. d.l 
(1898. no. 15688, Mar. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by L. Q. Hufford, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
Capes (Bernard). The lake of wine. 16-. 
New York. D. Appleton & co., 1898. 
(1898. no. 19538, Mar. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
_Apr. ±6,1898.) 14 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 
Castle (C. A.) Voices of song*. A vol- 
ume of poems. 1898. 12 c i Burlington, 
Free press ass'n, 1898. (1898, no. 13055, 
Feb. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

15 
Copyright by C. A. Castle, Burling- 
ton, Yt. 
Cawein (Madison). Shapes and shadows. 
Poems. 12-. New York. R. H. Russell, 
1898. (1898. no. 21990, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Robert Howard Russell, 
New York. 
Chaucer (Geoffrey). The prologue and 
• the knighte's tale. Edited by A. M. 
Van Dyke. 16 : . New York, American 
book co., 1898. [Eclectic English 
classics.] (1898,no. 19944, Mar. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 17 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 
Clark (C. S. ) Wonderful story of Keeley 
and D wight. 4th ed. 12-." Chicago, 
Banner of gold pub. eo., 1898. (1898, 
no. 22548, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 
1898.) 18 

Copyright by C. S. Clark, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Cobb (Sylvanus, jr.) The bandit of 
Syracuse. A novel. 16-. New York, 
Robert Bonner's sons, [n. d.] [The 
choice series, no. 137.] (1898, no. 23689, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

19 
Copyright by R. Bonner's sons, New 
York. 

[The Ledger library, no. 137.] (1898, 

no. 23688, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

13,1898.) 20 

Copyright by R. Bonner's sons, New 

York: 

Connecticut reports. Cases argued and 

determined in the supreme court of 

errors, v. 70, pt. 1, Apr. 9, 1898. By 

James P. Andrews. 8 : . New York. 

Banks vfc bros., [n. d.] (1898, no. 22882, 

Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

21 
Copyright by Charles Phelps, sec'y of 
the State of Connecticut. 



Authors— Continued. 

Cook (E.) Handbuch fur freimaurer im 
bereiche der H. E. Gross lodge, A. F. 
audA. M.,vom Staate Illinois. 32 c . Chi- 
cago, A. C. McClurg & co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 1H145, Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 22 

Copyright by Edward Cook, Chicago. 

Crouch (Archer P.) Senorita Montenar. 

12-. New York, Harper & bros., 1898. 

(1898. no. 16456, Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd 

! Apr. 15, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 

Davis (J. C. Bancroft, reporter). See 
United States reports, v. 169, pt. 3. 

Diaz (Abby Morton). Grandma's stories. 
8 : . Boston, Lothrop pub. co., [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 23421, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Dorsey (Ella Loraineb Pickle and pep- 
per. 12-. New York, Benziger bros., 
1898. (1898.no. 22866, Apr. 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 25 
Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 

Dromgoole (Will Allen). Hero- chums. 
12 : . Boston, Estes & Lauriat, 1898. 
(1898, no. 17769. Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Estes it Lauriat, Bos- 
ton. 

Du Maurier (George). Social pictorial 

satire. 12 : . New York, Harper & 

bros., 1898. (1898. no. 9325, Feb. 3. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 

Dnnbar (Paul Laurence). Folks from 

Dixie, 12-. New York. Dodd, Mead & 

co.. 1898. (1898, no. 23595, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 28 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead <fc co., 

New York. 

Durand ( William F. ) The resistance and 
propulsion of ships. 1st ed. 8°. New 
York, John Wiley & sons, 1898. (1898, 
no. 21789, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 29 

Copyright by W. F. Durand, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

Earle (Alice Mc^rse). InoldNarragansett. 
Romances and realities. 16-. New 
York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1898. 
(1898, no. 23890. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by C. Scribner's sons. New 
York. 



91 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Elements (The) of mechanical and elec- 
trical engineering. 1st ed. v. 1. Arith- 
metic, algebra, etc. 8 C . Scranton, Pa., 
Colliery engineer co, 1898. (1898, no. 
5260, Jan. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 31 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

t. 2. Steam and steam engines, etc. 

8°. Scranton, Pa., Colliery engineer 

co., 1898. (1898. no. 5261, Jan. 13. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

v. 5. Mechanical drawing. 1st ed. 

Obi. i'°. Scranton, Pa., Colliery en- 
gineer co., 1898. (1898, no. 5262, Jan. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Elements (The) of municipal engineering, 
v. 1. Arithmetic, algebra, etc. 1st ed. 
8°. Scranton. Pa., Colliery engineer co., 
1897. (1897, no. 60931. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 34 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

— — v. 2. Surveying, land surveying, etc. 
lsted. 8°. Scranton. Pa., Colliery en- 
gineer co., 1897. (1897, no. 60932. 2 
copies rec'd. Apr. 11, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

v, 3. Mechanical drawing. 1st ed. 

Obi. f c . Scranton, Pa., Colliery engi- 
neer co., 1897. (1897, no. 60933. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 36 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

v. 4. Tables and formulas. 1st ed. 

8° . Scranton, Pa. , Colliery engineer co. , 

1897. (1897, no. 60934. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

v. 5. Answers to questions. 1st ed. 

8°. Scranton, Pa., Colliery engineer co., 

1897. (1897, no. 60935. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Flagg (William J.) Yo<>a, or transforma- 
tion. 8°. New York, J. AY. Bouton, 

1898. (1898, no. 23625. 2 copies reed 
Apr. 13. 1898.) 39 

Copyright by J. AY. Bouton. New 
York. 

George (Andrew J., arranger). See Mil- 
ton (John). The shorter poems. 



Authors — Continued. 

Grether (F.) Our daily bread. 129. 
Cleveland, Ohio, Publishing house of 
the reformed church in the U. S.. [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 12217, Feb. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 40 

Copyright by Publishing house of the 
reformed church in the U. S., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Hartford, Conn., Business and office build- 
ing directory. 1898. S 6 . Hartford, 
Conn., Boweu& Stevens, [n. d.]. (1898, 
no. 66114, Nov. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
12,1898.) 41 

Copyright by Bowen & Stevens, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Hawaiian (The) islands, pt. 3. The Ha- 
waiian islands. Obi. f J . Chicago. Bel- 
ford, Middlebrook & co., 1898. [The 
travel series, no. 26.] (1898, no. 23365, 
Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Anr. 14, 1898.) 

42 
Copyright by Belford, Middlebrook 
& co., Chicago. 

Hayes (M. H.) Notes and appendix to 
the 4th ed. of Friedberger & Frohner's 
Lehrbuch der speciellen pathologie 
uud therapie der hausthiere, with a 
chapter by Dr. G. Newman. 8-. Lon- 
don, W. Thacker & co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 22520, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 43 

Copyright by Knickerbocker press, 
New York. 

Helpful words for the newly-confirmed. 
16°. Philadelphia, Lutheran pub. so- 
ciety, [n. d.] (1898, no. 21478. Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Lutheran pub. society. 
Philadelphia. 

; Herrick (Albert B.) Modem switch- 
boards. 4°. Philadelphia, Cutter elec- 
trical &■ mfg. co., 1898. ( 1898. no. 16822. 
Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 45 
Copyright by Cutter electrical & 
mfg. co., Philadelphia. 

Herrick (Robert). The gospel of free- 
dom. 12 . New York. Maeniillan CO., 
1898. (1898, no. 23363, Apr. 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 13. 1898.) 16 
Copyright by Macmillan co., NY\\ 
York. 

: Holmes (Oliver Wendell). The stereo- 
scope and stereoscopic photographs. 
16°. Neve York, Underwood & under- 
wood. [n.d. 1 (1898, no. 24000, Apr. IV 
2 copies rec'd Apr. l.\ L898.) 
Copyright b.\ Underwood A l 
wood, New York. 

Howard (Jerome B.) See Pitman Benn) 
and Howard (Jerome B.] Phe phono- 
graphic reader. 



92 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Hufford (Lois G., editor). See Burns 
(Robert). Selections from the poetry. 

Kennard (Mrs. Edward). In the toils of 
the charmer. 12°. Chicago, Rand, 
McNally & co., [n. d.J (1898, no. 17274, 
Mar. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

48 
Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

Kent (J.T.) Nose and face. Repertory 
of the homoeopathic materia medica. 
8°. Lancaster, Pa., Examiner ptg. 
house, 1898. (1898, no. 22291, Apr. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 49 

Copyright by James Tyler Kent, 
Philadelphia. 

Kneass (Strickland L.) Practice and 
theory of the injector. 2d ed. Rev. 
and enl. 8°. New York, John Wiley & 
sons, 1898. (1898, no. 20381, Mar/ 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 50 

Copyright by S. L. Kneass, Philadel- 
phia. 

Loinax (Elizabeth W. P.) A consul to 

China. 12 c . New York, F. Tennyson 

Neely, [n. d.] (1898, no. 6579, Jaii 19. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by F. T. Neely, New York. 

Macarthur (James, editor). The Book- 
man literary yearbook, 1898. 12°. 
New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 23594, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898. ) 52 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., New 
York. 

McCalla (George W.) The marriage in 
Cana; or, "The water that was made 
wine." 12°. Philadelphia, George W. 
McCalla, 1898. (1898, no. 16345, Mar. 
10. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 53 
Copyright by G. YV. McCalla, Phila- 
delphia. 

McKesson (Charles L.) Under Pike's 
Peak; or, Mahalma, child of the fire 
father. 12°. New York, F. Tennyson 
Neely, [n.d.] (1898, no. 14156, Feb. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by F. T. Neely, New York. 

Maclaren (Ian). See Watson (John). 
Companions of the sorrowful way. 

Miller (Jay D.) Finance and transporta- 
tion. 24 c . [n.i. ] (1898, no. 6533, Jan. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 55 
Copyright by J. D. Miller, Oak Park, 
111. 



Authors— Continued. 

Milton (John). The shorter poems, in- 
cluding the two Latin elegies and 
Italian sonnet to Diodati, and the Epi- 
taphium Damonis. Arranged by An- 
drew J. George. 12~. New York, Mac- 
millan co., 1898. (1898, no. 22806, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 56 
Copyright by A. J. George, Brookline, 
Mass. 

Moody (D. L.) Der weg zu Gott and wie 
er zu finden ist. 12°. New York, 
Fleming H. Revell co., [n. d.] (1898, 
no. 15684, Mar. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 57 

Copyright by F. H. Revell co., New 
York. 
New York. The greater charter as en- 
acted in 1897. With notes and appen- 
dixes. Bv Mark Ash. 8°. Albany, N. Y., 
Weed-Parsons ptg. co., 1897. (1897, no. 
28272. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 58 
Copyright bv Weed-Parsons ptg. co., 
Albany, KY. 

Niles (Fred Lewis). Steps to holiness. 
With an introduction by Rev. W. M. 
Puffer. 12°. Cincinnati, Ohio, M. W. 
Knapp, [n. d.] (1898, no. 20048, Mar. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 59 
Copyright by M. W. Knapp, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Nisbet (J. Douglas). See Van Yalzah 
(William W.) and Nisbet (J. Douglas). 
The diseases of the stomach. 

Ohnet (Georges). La fille du depute. 

With notes bv George A. D. Beck. 16°. 

New York, Henry Holt & co., 1898. 

(1898, no. 15329, Mar. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 13, 1898. ) 60 

Copyright by H. Holt & co., New 

York. 

Old Sleuth. Clyde, the resolute detective ; 

or, his own mystery. 12 c . New York, 

Parlor carpub. co., [n. d.] [Old Sleuth's 

own. no. 101.] (1898, no. 13072, Feb. 

23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by Parlor car pub. co., New 

York 

A dashiug fugitive; or, true to his 

purpose. 12°. New York, Parlor car 
pub. co., [n. d.] [Old Sleuth's own. 
no. 100.] (1898, no. 13073, Feb. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 62 

Copyright by Parlor car pub. co., New 
York. 

A lady shadower; or, a detective 

strategist. 12°. New York, Parlor 
car pub. co., [n. d.] [Old Sleuth's 
special detective series.] (1898, no. 
13070, Feb. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 63 

Copyright by Parlor car pub. co., New 
York. 



93 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Old Sleuth. Murray; or, a straight-out 
detective. 12°. New York, Parlor car 
pub. co. [n.d.] [Old Sleuth's special 
detective series.] (1898, no. 13068, Feb. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 61 
Copyright by Parlor car pub. co., New 
York. 

Oscar; or, the exquisite detective. 

12°. New York, Parlor car pub. co., 
[n. d.] [Old Sleuth's special detective 
series.] (1898, no. 13069, Feb. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by Parlor car pub. co.,New 
York. 

Young vigilance; or, a broken link. 

12°. New York, Parlor car pub. co., 
[n. d.] [Old Sleuth's own. no. 99.] 
(1898, no. 13071, Feb. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 66 

Copyright by Parlor car pub. co., New 
York. 

Palmer (George Herbert). The glory of 
the imperfect. 12°. New York, Thomas 
Y. Crowell & co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 
21109, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 67 

Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 

Paul (Solon W. ) The Gast-Paul directory 
of bankers and attorneys. Contain- 
ing county and railroad mans of the 
United States and Canada. Jan., 1898. 
8°. St. Louis, Aug. Gast bank-note and 
litho. co., and Solon W. Paul, [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 19337, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 68 

Copyright by A. Gast bank note and 

litho. co., and S. W. Paul, St. Louis. 

Mo. 

Pitmann (Benn.) and Howard (Jerome 
B.) The phonographic reader. 16°. 
Cincinnati, Phonographic institute co., 
1898. [The American system of short- 
hand.] (1898, no. 22625, Apr. 9. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16,1898.) 69 

Copyright by Phonographic institute 
co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Poulsson (Emilie). Child stories and 
rhymes. 8°. Boston, Lothrop pub. 
co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 23360, Apr. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Pratt's pointers on cows, sheep, and bogs, 
including their care, feeding, housing, 
and diseases. 12°. Philadelphia and 
Chicago, Pratt food CO., [n.d.] (1898, 
no. 11717, Feb. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 
1898.) 71 

Copyright by Pratt food co., Phila- 
delphia. 



Authors — Continued. 

Puffer (W.M.) See Niles (F. L.) Steps 
to holiness. 

Rawson (J. A., jr.) Our army and navy. 
What you want to know about them. 
1898. 16°. New York, J. A. Rawson, jr., 
and F. S. Crawford, [n. d.] (1898, no. 
20928, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 72 

Copyright by J. A. Rawson, jr., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Read (William). The re-strung harp 

poems. 12°. Boston, James H. Earle, 

1898. (1898, no. 10976, Feb. 11. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by W. Read, Coldbrook 

Springs, Mass. 

Reeve (Budd). What I think after think- 
ing. 12 J . 1898. (1898, no. 5619, Jan. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 71 
Copyright bv Louise Tanner Reeve, 
Buxton, N."Dak. 

Robertson (Esther). The world well 

lost. 16°. New York, Benziger bros., 

1898. (1898, no. 22865, Apr. 11. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 75 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 

York. 

Robins (E. P., translator.) See Zola 
(Emile). The downfall. 

Royce (Josiah). Studies of good and 

evil. 12°. New York, D. Appleton & 

co., 1898. (1898, no. 8776, Jan. 31. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 76 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co.. 

New York. 

St. Louis. Gould's directory for 1898. 8 . 

St. Louis, Gould directory co., [n. d.] 

(1898, no. 20368, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) T7 

Copyright by Gould directory co., St. 

Louis, Mo. 

St. Nicholas. An illustrated magazine 
for young folks, conducted by Maw 
Map'es Dodge, vol. 25. pt. 1. No\ .. 1897. 
to Apr., 1898. 8 . New York. Cen- 
tury co.. [n. d.l (1898, no. 20198, Mar. 
29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. L898.) 78 
Copyright by Century ct>.. New York. 

Sedgwick (Anne Douglas). The dull Miss 
Archinard. 12 . New York. Charles 
Scribner's sons. L898. I L898, no 

Apr. 15. 2 copies ive d Apr. 16, : 

Copyright bj C. Scribner's - 

York. 



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Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Sheldon (Mary B.) One thousand men ! Thatcher (John A.) Championship bil- 



for a Christmas present. 12°. Boston, 
Estes & Lauriat. 1898. (1898, no. 17768, 
Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

80 
Copyright by Estes & Lauriat, Bos- 
ton. 



liards. Old and new. 32- . Chicago, 
Rand, McNallv & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 
18642, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 88 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 



Sienkiewicz (Henryk). The third woman. 
Translated from the original Polish by 
Nathan M. Babad. 12°. New York, 
J. S. Ogilvie pub. co., [n. d.] [The 
peerless series, no. 107. J (1898, no. 
22542, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 81 

Copyright by J. S. Ogilvie pub. co., 
New York. 

Sutphen (W. G. Van T.) The golficide 
and other tales of the fair green. 16°. 
New York, Harper & bros, 1898. (1898, 
no. 6391, Jan. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 82 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 



Swan (Howard). The voice of the spiri t. 
Book 1. Afflicted (Job). 12-. New 
York, Mershon eo., [n. d.] (1898, no. 
23575. Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 83 

Copyright by H. Swan, England. 

Swensson (Carl). Ater i sverige. 8°. 

Chicago, Swedish book co.. [n. d.] j 

(1898, no. 4035, Jan. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 84 

Copyright by C. Swensson, Chicago. 



Swift (Benjamin). The destroyer. 12°. 

New York, Frederick A. Stokes co., 

[n. d.] (1898, no. 21984, Apr. 6. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 85 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 

York. 

Sybel (Heinrich von). The founding of 
the German empire by TYilliani I. 
Translated byHelene Schimmelfenning 
White, vol.8. 8°. New York, Thomas 
Y. Crowell & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 
23871, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 86 

Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 

Thackeray (William Makepeace). Van- 
ity fair. A novel without a hero. 8 C . 
New York, Harper & bros., 1898. (1898, 
no. 16455, Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 87 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 



Thwing (Charles Franklin). The best 
life. An address. 12-. New York, 
Tbomas Y. Crowell & co., [n.d.] (1898, 
no. 24106. Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 89 

Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 

i Tilney (Robert, translator). Gleanings 
from poetic fields. Translations from 
the German and other languages, and 
original verses. 16- . Philadelphia, 
John C. Winston & co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 20202. Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by R. Tilney, Philadel- 
phia. 

Triggs (Oscar Lovell, editor). See Whit- 
man (Walt). Selections from the prose 
and poetry. 

United States reports, vol. 169, pt. 3. 
Semi-monthly. Feb. 15, 1898. Pages 385 
to 576. Cases adjudged in the supreme 
court. J. C. Bancroft Davis, reporter. 
8 C . New York, Banks & bros., 1898. 
( 1898, no. 22883, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 91 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 



j Van Dyke (A.M.) See Chaucer (Geof- 
frey). The prologue and the knightes' 
tale. 

Van Valzah (William W.) and Nisbet (J. 
Douglas). The diseases of the stomach. 
8 C . Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 1898. 
(1898, no. 20904. Anr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) ' 92 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 

Walter (Emily L'Oiseau). A complete 
collection of the quotations and inscrip- 
tions in the Library of Congress. 2d 
ed., [n.i.] (Books: 1.) 93 

Copyright by E. L. Walter, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Watson (John). Companions of the sor- 
rowful way. 16 c . New York. Dodd, 
Mead & co.. 1898. (1897, no. 55151. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 94 

Copyright by J. Watson, England. 



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Authors— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 



Watson (Marcia L., compiler). The re- 
liable cook book. 12- . Brooklyn, N. 
Y., H. Franklin Jones, [n. d.] "(1898, 
no. 23681. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 95 

Copyright by II. F. Jones, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 
White (Greenough, editor). Matthew 
Arnold and the spirit of the age. 8°. 
New York, G. P. Putnam's sons., 1898. 
(1898, no. 16821, Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 96 i 

Copyright by G. White, Sewanee, 
Tenn. 
White (Helene Schiminelfenning). See 
Sybel (Heinrich von). The founding 
of the German empire, vol. 8. 

Whitman (Walt). Selections from the 
prose and poetry. Edited by Oscar 
Lovell Triggs. 12 ; . Boston, Small, 
Maynard & co.. 1898. ( 1898. no. 23593, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 97 ! 
Copyright by Small, Maynard & co., j 
Boston. 
Whittier(John Greenleaf). Snow-bound: 
Among the hills: Songs of labor: and 
other poems. 16°. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & co., [n. d.] [The Riverside 
literature series, no. 1.] (1898, no. 
20910, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 98 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & \ 
co., Boston. 

Wiggin (Kate Douglas). Penelope's prog- 
ress. 16°. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 
& co., 1898. (1898, no. 11125, Feb. 12. | 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 99 j 

Copyright by Kate Douglas Riggs, i 
New York. 



YVillonghby (William Franklin;. Work- 
ingnien's insurance. 129, New York, 
Thomas Y. Crowell & co., [n. d.] (1898, 
no. 22867, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 100 

Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
Boston. 



Wilson (Francis). The Engenc Field I 

knew. 12°. New York, Charles Sri ib- 

uer's sons. 1898. (1898, no. 23892. Apr. 

15. 2 copies rec'd Apr.' 16. 1898.) 101 

Copyright by C. Scribuers sons. New 

York. 



Winter (William). Ada Rehan. New 
edition. Revised and enlarged. 16 . 
New York, privately printed for 
August in Daly, 1891-1898. (1898, no. 
20376, Mar. 30.' 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 102 

Copyright by A. Daly, New Y'ork. 

Wormeley (Katharine Prescott). The 
cruel side of war with the army of the 
Potomac. 12°. Boston, Roberts bros., 
1898. (1898, no. 23361. Apr. 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 103 
Copyright by K. P. Wormeley. Jack- 
son, N. H. 



Zola (Emile). The downfall. Trans- 
lated bv E. P. Robins. 12°. New York. 
Macmillan co., 1898. (1898, no. 23889. 
Apr. 15. 2 conies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898. ) 

101 
Copyright by Macmillan co., New 
York. 



I. BOOKS— (2) l«IS(ELMMOl« 

"Books," according to tbe copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



(Classified under the term ' 
titles 



Titles. 

Acetylene. A light that tells the troth. 
(1898, no. 17837, Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 1 

Copyright bv J. B. Colt <& co., New 
York. 
Alphabet (The) of cosmography. (1898. 
no. 22902, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 2 

Copyright by C. H. Howland-Sher 
man, Washington, D. C. 
Alternating current fan motors. Cata- 
logue no. 199. Circular no. 51. Apr., 
1898. (1898, no. 23240. Apr. 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 12, 1 898. ) 3 
Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
and mfg. co., Pittsburg, Pa. 



Titles— Continued. 

American cotton machinery for tin 1 prep- 
aration and treatment of fibers and the 
spinning of yarns and threads. Whal 
it is and how to use it. ^1898. no. 23613, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. II. L898 
Copyright by Charles Clifton Hed- 
rick. Lowell. Mass. 



Architectural design, pt.2. Insti. 
paper, lsted. The International cor- 
respondence schools, Scran ton, Pa 
I L897, no. 49261. 2 copies v. . . 
j.898.) 

Copyright by Colliery eng I - 
Scranton, Ta. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Arithmetic, pt. 2. Question paper. 3d 

fn\. The International correspondence 

schools, Scranton, Pa. (1897, no. 60226. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

pt. 3. [International correspondence 

schools.] Question paper. 3d ed. 
119 c. (1898, no. 10979, Feb. 11. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 7 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Section 1. Instruction paper. 1st 

ed. The International correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. (1898, no. 
22890, Apr. 11. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 8 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Section 2. Instruction paper. 1st 

ed. [International correspondence 

schools.] (1898, no. 22555, Apr. 9. 2 

copies ree'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Art and ecclesiastical embroidery. Met- 
ropolitan handy series, v. 4, no. 1. 
March, 1898. (1898, no. 23220, Apr. 12. 
2 copies ree'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 10 

Copyright by Butterick pub. co., ltd., 
New York. 

Best's Keene's cement. (1898, no. 21121, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

11 

Copyright by Thorn and Hunkin's 

lime and cement co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Bicycle series, no. 2. Harper's syndicate 
system of advertising. (1898, no. 25601, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 12, 188|B.) 12 
Copyright by Chas. W. Harper, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

Boy (The) Samuel. Old Testament he- 
roes. Children's course, lesson 18. 
(1898, no. 21161, Apr. 16. 2 copies ree'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 

Brown (C. B.) Woman's love; not wo- 
man's vote. Lecture. (1898, no. 23693. 
Apr. 14. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 11. 1898. ) 14 
Copyright by Clara Bell Brown, 
Washington, D. C. 

Bryant (H. J.) Bryant on the standard 

of value. "Honest money" elucidated. 

(1898, no. 23621, Apr. 14. *2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by H. J. Bryant, Somer- 

ville, Mass. 



Cases in Georgia. Eeports that have been 
overruled, doubted, criticised, or mod- 
ified. (1898, no. 21476, Apr. 4. 2 copies 
ree'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Hugh M. Downing, 
Columbus, Ga. 

Charter of a debenture assurance co. 

(1897, no. 63214, Nov. 11. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 13, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Henry Caspar, New 

Orleans, La. 

Chicago mortgage abstract, no. 38. (1898, 
no. 23622, Apr. 14. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 18 

Copyright by P. J. Hills, Chicago. 

Circular of information of chemistry, 

including qualitative and quantitative 

analysis. (1898, no. 22891, Apr. 11. 2 

copies ree'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Cordeiro (F. J. B.) The barometrical de- 
termination of heights. (1898, no. 
71063, Dec. 18. 2 copies ree'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 20 

Copyright by Spon & Chamberlain, 
New York. * 

Correspondence instruction. (1898, no. 

22570, Apr. 9, 2 copies ree'd Apr. 12, 

1898.; " 21 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Course in bookkeeping. Lesson no. 2. 

(1898, no. 23383, Apr. 13. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 13, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Course in mathematics. Arithmetic. 

Lesson no. 6. (1898, no. 23384, Apr. 13. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 13, 1898.) " 23 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

no. 7. (1898, no. 23640, Apr. 14. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 

David and Jonathan. Old testament 

heroes. Children's course. Lesson 21. 

(1898,no. 24164, Apr. 16. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 

David, the shepherd boy. Old testament 

heroes. Children's course. Lesson 20. 

(1898, no. 21163, Apr. 16. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 



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Douthat (Robert W.) Induction by 
analysis of production ; or, an answer 
to the question, What is lite, physical, 
spiritual. [Chart, no. 4 of the u Phi- 
losophy of interpretation."] (1898, no. 
16881, Mar. 12. 2 copies rec*d Apr. 16, 
1898.) 27 

Copyright by Robt. W. Douthat, 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Eagle salt mine. (1898, no. 22904, Apr. 11. 
2 copies ree'd Apr. 11,1898.) 28 

Copyright by B. F. Leete & sons, 
Reno, New 

Ebv (Abram C.) Arizona annotations. 

(1898, no. 9427, Feb. 3. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 11,1898.) 29 

Copyright by A. C. Eby, Phcenix, 

Ariz. 

• 

Electric music chart. (1898, no. 23626, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 30 

Copyright by Linton Eugenius Ed- 
monds, Mount Pleasant, Tex. 

Electricity. Electrical measurements. 

Lesson no. 6. (1898, no. 23385, Apr. 13. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Elementary instrumental drawing. In- 
struction paper. 1st ed. (1898, no. 
18669, Mar. 21. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 32 | 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Few (A) items from the uncorrected proof 
of a syllabus of crown and bridge 
work, for the use of the thirteenth an- 
nual meeting of the southern Minne- 
sota dental society. (1898, no. 22909, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 33 
Copyright by Frederick B. Kremer, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Flight (The) of blight. A manual for 

orchardmen. (1898, no. 13585, Feb. 24. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 34 

Copyright by Woodbury centennial 

state blight cure co., Denver, Colo. 

Forbush (William Byrom). A handbook 
of the order of the Knights of King 
Arthur. 2d ed. (1898, no. 23697, Apr. 
14. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 35 

Copyright by Leonard pub. co., Al- 
bany, N. Y. 

Foss (S. W.) The man who understood 

man. (1898, no. 22628, Apr. 9. 2 copies 

ree'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by S. W. Foss. Somerville, 

Mass. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fowler (Nath'lC, jr.) The bov at school. 
(1898, no. 22174, Apr. 7. 2 copies ree'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by N. C. Fowler, jr., Bos- 
ton. 

The girl at school. The sense and 

nonsense of her studies, etc. (1898, 
no. 23708, Apr. 14. 2 copies lee'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 38 

Copyright by N. C. Fowler, jr., Bos- 
ton. 

Frog (A) he would a wooing go. (1898, 

no. 22911, Apr. 11. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 

11,1898.) 39 

Copyright bv McLoughlin bros., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

"Garnjee's parlor "football " game. Rules. 

(1898, no. 19088, Mar. 22. 2 copies ree'd 

Mar. 30, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by Maggs bros., New York. 

Glucose and grape sugar. (1898, no. 

22901, Apr. 11. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 41 

Copyright by National starch mfg. 

co., New York. 

Gray (Bessie). Firstlings of the new- 
born year. (1898, no. 23143, Apr. 11. 
2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by Tabor-Prang art co., 
Boston. 

Lilies of peace. (1898, no. 23142, 

Apr. 11. 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1898. ) 43 
Copyright by Tabor-Prang art co.. 
Boston. 

Guardian angel remedy co.'s book of pic- 
ture puzzles, with other puzzles. ^1898. 
no. 23381, Apr. 13. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 44 

Copyright by Guardian angel remedy 
co., Baltimore, Md. 

Heath (N. L.) A concise elementary 
grammar of English. (1898, do. 23214, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 12. L898 

Copyright by D. C. Heath ,V co.. 
Boston. 

History (The) of our American flag. 

(1898. no. 22974. Apr. 11. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) l 6 

Copyright bv Gray litho. co.. New 
York'. 

House (The) o[ Simpson. v ! s v>. no. 
L8225, Mar. 18. 2 copies ree'd Apj 
1898.) 
Copyright by Robert Simpson a 
U.S. 



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Hubbard (Elbert). Samuel Adams. 
[Little journeys to tbe homes of Ameri- 
can statesmen." April, 1898. v. 4, no. 4.] 
(1898, no. 14737, Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 

Induction by analysis of production; or, 
an answer to the question, What is life, 
physical, spiritual? By Robt. \Y. 
Douthat. Chart no. 4 of the "Philos- 
ophy of interpretation." (1898, no. 
19165, Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 49 

Copyright by E. W. Douthat, Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 

Inorganic chemistry, pt. 1. Question 
paper. 1st ed. [International corre- 
spondence schools.] (1898,no.23628, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

50 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Joyce (John A.) Boast of Bacchus. 
(1898, no. 22979. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898). 51 

Copyright by Rufus H. Darby, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Libretto to accompany A life story in 
music and picture. (1897, no. 69354, 



Dec. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

52 I 
Copyright by J. S. Eoss. Wooster, 
Ohio. 

List of architects licensed to practice in 

Chicago and state of Illinois. (1898, 

no. 23948, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

15,1898.) 53 

Copyright by Paul Heyse & co., 

Chicago. 

Manganese in the foundry. (1898, no. 
22877, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, j 
1898.) 54 

Copyright by W. P. Robertson, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Masonic directory for Hudson county, ' 
New Jersey, 1898. (1898, no. 20643, 
Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. j 

55 ! 
Copyright by George Y. Lewis, Jersey 
City, N. J. 

Moore (A. P.) Virginins (The) and the 
Maine. (1898, no. 22905, Apr. 11. 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

56 
Copyright by Albert Price Moore, St. i 
Louis, Mo. 



Titles— Continued. 

Murray (A. Linn). Inside modern homes. 

(Ed. dining rooms and dens.) (1898, no. 

23425, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) 57 

Copyright by A. L. Murray, Grand 

Rapids, Mich. 

Nature's hallelujah. Supplement to 

children's day service. (1898, no. 

23698, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 58 

Copyright by W. L. Mason, U. S. 

Ne well's (Mrs. Harriet S.) soluble self 
treatment for every form of female 
complaint. (The discovery of the cen- 
tury.) (1898. no. 23382, Apr. 13. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Emma S. Crellin, New 
York. 

Norwalk (The) air and gas compressor. 

(1898, no. 23236, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 12, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Norwalk iron works 

co., South Norwalk, Conn. 

Nursing and nourishment for invalids. 
[Metropolitan pamphlet series, v. 11. 
no. 1. Mar.. 1898.] (1898, no. 23219, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

61 
Copyright by Butterick pub. co., ltd., 
New York. 

Official handbook, by-laws, and contract- 
ors' and builders' directory of the 
builder's exchange. (1898, no. 19165, 
Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 62 
Copyright by Fred S. Partie, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

Ogle (George A.) A new theory of road 

building, combining durability with 

economy. (1898, no. 17550, Mar. 15. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by G. A. Ogle, Baltimore, 

Mel. 

Ohio nisi prius and general term reports, 
v. 5, no. 5. Apr. 11, 1898. (1898, no. 
22906, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 64 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

O. K. egg formula. (1898, no. 22975, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 65 
Copyright by Frank L. Hooper, Bal- 
timore, Md. 

O. K. home-made brooder. (1898, no. 
22977, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 66 

Copyright by Frank L. Hooper, Bal- 
timore, Md' 



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Titles — Continued. 



O. K. lice formula. (1898, no. 22976, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

67 
Copyright by Frank L. Hooper, Bal- 
tiinor Md. 

Old Testament heroes. Primary monthly. 

[Bible study union lessons, vol. 8, no. 5, 

lessons 18-21.] (1898, no. 21158, Apr. 16. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 68 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 

Omaha. Nebraska telephone co.'s direc- 
tory. List no. 62, Apr. 1, 1898. (1898, 
do. 22623, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 69 

Copyright by Nebraska telephone 
co., Omaha, Nebr. 

Paragraphs of interest from articles ou 
painting, interior decoration, and fur- 
nishing. (1898, no. 23369, Apr. 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 70 
Copyright by Charles J. Jorgensen, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Phomen (N.) "What would he like the 

best? (1898, no. 22908, Apr. 11. 2 copies 

typewritten rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by N. Phomen, Omaha, 

Nebr. 

Pneumatics, gas, and petroleum. Key. 
1st ed. (1898, no. 23629, Apr. 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 72 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scran ton, Pa. 

Instruction paper. 1st ed. [Inter- 
national correspondence schools.] 
(1898, no. 21796, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) ' 73 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co , 
Scranton, Pa. 

Preferred (The) indemnity association. 
(1898, no. 21298, Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by J. G. Binder, Chicago. 

Robber kitten. (1898, no. 22910, Apr. 11. ! 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 75 j 

Copy riar ht by McLoughlin bros., i 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Root (F. W.) Lessons in the develop- ; 
inent and management of the voice. | 
(Vocal culture, lesson 5.) (1898, no. 
23129, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 76 

Copyright by F. W. Poor, Chicago. 

Samuel, the judge. Old Testament herdes. 

Childrens' course, lesson II*. (1898 ; no. 

21102, Apr. 10. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 77 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 



Smith (A. deFonfride). Laprononciation 

Franyaise. How to pronounce French 

correctly. (1898, no. 8064, Jan. 27. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. ) 78 

Copyright by Mrs. A. de F. Smith, 

Portland, Oreg. 

Stop paying rent. Own your own home. 

Building lots given away. (1898, no. 

22900, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 79 

Copyright by W.J. Coughlin, Boston. 

* Supplement to Hugg's Easter services, 
1898. ( 1898, no. 12076, Feb. 17. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 2, 1898.) 80 

Copyright by Geo. C. Hugg, Phila- 
delphia. 

Supplement to vessels and vovages. 

( 1898, uo. 20395, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 14, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by Richard Wynkoop, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Three little kittens. (1898, no. 22912, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 82 
Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

To all persons who use salt. (1898. no. 

22803, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898. ) 83 

Copyright by B. F. Leete & sons, 

Reno, Nev. 

Treatise (A) on a new method of inhala- 
tion for diseases of the air passages. 
(1897, no. 67338, Dec. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 84 

Copyright by Robert E. Conlin. 
Poughkeepsic, N. Y. 

Trust companies: what they are, whom 

they serve, and the advantages they 

offer. (1898, no. 18218. Mar. 18. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898. ) 85 

Copyright by Colonial trust co.. New 

York. 

Wegeiser znr trans-Mississippi und in- 
ternational ausstellnng. Omaha. Nebr., 
1 June-1 Nov., 1898/ (1898,no.8803, 
Jam 31. 2 copies rec d Apr. 15. 1898.) 86 
Copyright bv M. & F. Adler, Omaha, 
Nebr^ 
Wheat food : the ideal food for breakfast. 
(1898, no. 22888. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11. 1898.) ^7 

Copyright by Alfred von Cotzhausen, 
Milwaukee. Wis. 

Whipple ( Leander Edmund). Metaphys- 
ical healing. Course 1. Philosophy. 
New York. American school o( meta- 
physics. (1898, no. 232tl, Apr. 12. 2 
copies ro.'d Apr. 12. L898.) 
Copyright bv L. E. w hi] 
York! 



100 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Why women should insure. (1898, no. 

12066. Feb. 17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 

1898.) 89 

Copyright by New York life ins co., 

New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Zobo brass band instruments, and Zobo 
illustrated catalogue of Zobo manufac- 
turing co. (1898. no. 22845, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr.il, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by Louis Nathaniel Cra- 
kow, New York. 



I.— BOOKS— (3) 1VEW8PAPER AIVD JJIACJAZIIVE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term " Books." according to the copyright law, and arranged alphahetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see" end of Catalogue.) 



Barr (R.) The warrior maid of San 
Carlos. (1898, no. 22521, Apr. 9. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 1 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York . 

Bottome (Mrs. Margaret). . Death and 
life. In 6 articles. [Christian stand- 
ard. Feb. 5. 12, 19, 26, Mar. 5, 19, 1898.] 
(1897, no. 63891, Nov. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Christian standard co., 
ltd., Philadelphia. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. XLIX. 

Point switches continued. (1898, no. 

22036, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898. ) 3 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

Course in commerce and finance. X. 
Transportation by rail. By Emory R. 
Johnson. [The Chicago record's home 
study circle.] (1898, no. 12673, Feb. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 

Crane (F.) An arbor-day homily. Pul- 
pit editorials. (1898, no. 23710, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Frank Crane, Chicago. 

Opportunity of Anglo-Saxon. Pul- 
pit editorials. * (1898, no. 23711, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 6 
Copyright by Frank Crane, Chicago. 

The significance of Easter. Pulpit 

editorials. (1898. no. 23712, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by Frank Crane, Chicago. 

Daily digest of selected cases. [Evening 

post, Apr. 9, 1898.] (1898, no. 23001, 

Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 11, 1898. (1898, no. 23276, Apr. 

12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 



Daily digest of selected cases. [Evening 
post, Apr. 12,1898. (1898, no. 23451,Apr. 

13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 10 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 13, 1898. (1898, no. 23700, Apr. 

14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 11 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York.' 

Apr. 14, 1898. (1898, no. 23963, Apr. 

15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 12 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 15. 1898. (1898, no. 24168, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 13 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

* Ein halbes jahrhundert. II. Im exile. 

(1897. no. 37919. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

1,1898.) 14 

Copyright by F. Sigel, New York. 

Frank (U.) Der stern. Roman. (1898, 

no. 23352, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

13,1898.) 15 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 

tnng, New York. 

* Oilman (Clarabel). Food plants. Les- 
sons on oranges and lemons. (1897, 
no. 7960. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 

16 
Copyright by C. Gilman, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Glance (A) at some recently produced 

chainless models. [Bicycles for 1898.] 

(1898, no. 24170, Apr. 16. " 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 

ass'n, New York. 

Haggard (H. Rider). Elissa : or, the doom 
of Zimbabwe. Chaps. 14. 15. [Sun- 
day inter-oceau, Apr. 10, 1898.] (1898, 
no. 9685, Feb. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1893.) 18 

Copyright by H. R. Haggard, Lon- 
don. England. 



101 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Harben (W.N.) The land of the chang- 
ingsun. [Concluded.] (1897, no. 25472. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 19 

Copyright by Mirriam co., U. S. 

Hatfield (C. B.) Designing and cutting 
patterns. Chapter 13. The strap san- 
dal. [In superintendent and foreman, , 
Apr. 12,1898.] (1898, no. 23961, Apr. 15. | 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 20 ' 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 

Chapter 13 continued. A new way 

of fitting. [In superintendent and 
foreman, Apr. 19, 1898.] (1898, no. 
23962, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr, 15, 
1898.) 21 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 

* Hornung(F. W.) Young-blood. Chap- 
ters 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20," 21, 22, and 23. 
(1897, no. 39219, July 3. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 8, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by E. W. Hornung, Lon- 
don, England. 

Chapters 24 and 25. (1897, no. 39219, 

July 3. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10,1898.) 

23 
Copyright by E. W. Hornung, Lon- 
don, England. 

Chapter 25 continued, 26 and 27. 

(1897. no. 39219, July 3. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 8, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by E. W. Hornung, Lon- 
don, England. 

* Jefferson county history. [Jefferson 
banner, Mar. 31,' 1898.] '(1895, no. 4418, 
Jan. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by 0. F. Roessler, Jeffer- 
son, Wis. 
Leslie (Charles D.) The capture of a 
bachelor. (1898, no. 17981, Mar. 17. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by C. 1). Leslie, London, 
England. 
Mayo-Scribner. Great (The) armada of 
1898. New York harbor attacked by a 
huge fleet of allied European powers. 
(1898,no. 22631, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16,1898.) 27 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 

* Nicolls (W.J.) Coal catechism. Part 

16, Power. (1897, no. 58562, Oct. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by William .Jasper Nicolls, 
Philadelphia. 

Part 17. Metallurgical. (1897. no. 

58562, Oct. 15. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 
1898.) 29 

Copyright by William Jasper N ieolls, 
Philadelphia. 



Titles— Continued. 

"Nicolls (W. J.) Coal catechism. Part 

18. Gas. (1897, no. 58562, Oct. 15. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1898. ) 30 

Copyright by William Jasper Nicolls, 

Philadelphia. 

Part 19. Coke. (1897, no. 58562, 

Oct. 15. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24,1898.) 

31 
Copyright by William Jasper Nicolls, 
Philadelphia. 

Part 20. By-prodncts. [Concluded.] 

(1897, no. 58562, Oct, 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by William Jasper Nicolls, 
Philadelphia. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 223. (1898, no. 22983. Apr. 

11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Public (The) school of advertising. (1898, 
no. 22982, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Anr. 
14, 1898. ) ^34 
Copyright by Earl syndicate, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
Red Cloud's war message. The old Sioux 
chief pledges his people against Spain. 
(1898, no. 22633, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 35 
Copyright by S. S. McClure < o.. New 
York. 
Special Hong Kong letter. Hong Kong, 
Mar. 16, 1898. (1898, no. 236: 9.' Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) ^ 36 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 
Stock report, no. 280. Apr. 15, 1898. 
(1898, no. 4331. Jan. 10. 2 copies reed 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 37 
Copyright by Western pig iron ass'n. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
To succeed as an orator. Col. Robert 6. 
Ingersoll points out the way. (1898, 
no. 22632, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) ;;v 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., Now 
York. 
Trade (The) in live stock. (The Kansas 
City star, Apr. 7. 1898.) (1898, no. 
23177. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 
1898.) 89 
Copyright by Kansas Oit\ star co 
Kansas City. Mo. 
Apr. 8, L898. (1898, no. 2 

11. 2 eopies rec'd Apr. 11,18! S 
Copyright by Kansas Cit.\ stai 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Apr. 9, L898. (1898, no, 23275 

12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1^98. 
Copyright by Kansas Citj stai 

Kansas City, Mo. 



102 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



T*7?es— Continued, 



Titles — Continued. 



Trade (The) in live stock. (The Kansas 

City Star, Apr. 11. 1898. (1898. no. 

23701, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 

1898.) 42 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City. Mo. 

Apr. 12, 1898. (1898. no. 23964, Apr. 

15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898.) 43 
Copyright by Kansas City star co.. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Apr. 13. 1898. (1898. no. 24166, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 44 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Truman (Ben. C.) Some reminiscences, 
no. 33. (1898. no. 20927, Apr. 1. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 13. 1898.) 45 

Copyright by B. C. Truman, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 

Use (The) of taudems and multicycles in 

America. (1898, no. 23273, Apr. 12. 2 

copit s rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 46 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 

ass'n. New York. 

Whispering i The) scandalmonger. (1898, 
no. 237u9, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 47 

Copyright by Grit pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Man-o'-wars-nian (The). (1893, no. 22645. Twin ministers. In drama in 4 acts. By 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) ll Sydney Toler. (1898, no. 6406, Jan. 18. 

Copyright by Thomas E. Shea, New 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 3 

York. Copyright by S. Toler, Wichita, Kans. 

*Myrtledale. By Paul W. Hyde, A com- I 
edv drama in 5 acts. (1897. no. 45341. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 10. 1898 . ) ' 2 

Copyright by P. W. Hyde, Pittsburg, 
Pa, 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



A B C pathfinder and dial. Anr. 11. 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 17. 1898.) 1 

Copyright by New England rwy. pub. 
co , Boston. 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 2 
Copyright by Frank Reeder, see'y of 
the state of Pennsylvania. 

Advance sheets All opinions of the U. S. 

supreme court. Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 12,1898.) 3 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 

pub. co.. Rochester, N. Y. 

Adventure weekly. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

American agriculturist. Apr. 16. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 5 

Copvright by Orange Judd co , New 
York. 



American amateur photographer. Apr., 

1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.") 6 

Copyright by Outing co., New York. 

American archaeologist. Apr , 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 7 

Copyright by Landon ptg. and pub. 
co., Columbus, Ohio. 

American architect and building news. 
Apr. 9. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 8 
Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 

American exchange and review. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Review pub. and ptg. 
co., Philadelphia. 

American field. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 10 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898. ) 11 

Copyright by American field pub. co., 
New York. 



103 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

American florist. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 12 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 

American gynaecological and obstetrical 
journal. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 13 j 

Copyright by J. D.Emmet, New York. ! 

American journal of obstetrics. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 
New York. 

American journal of Semitic languages 

and literatures. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 16. 1898. ) 15 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 

American journal of theology. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) ' 16 

Copyright by University of Chicago j 
press, Chicago. 

American medico-surgical bulletin. Apr. j 
10,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Bulletin pub. co., New 
York. 

Architecture and building. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 18 , 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 19 

Copyright by W. T. Comstock, New 
York. 

Art literature expression. Mar., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11,1898.) 20 

Copyright by School of expression, 
Boston. 

Atlantic reporter. Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, \ 
Minn. 

Ave Maria. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 22 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

Babyland. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 23 

Copyright by Chas. E. Graff, New 
York. 

Bankers' magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Bradford Rhodes & co., 
New York. 

Bankers' monthly. Apr.. 1898. (Reo'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) ' 25 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co.. 
Chicago. 

19503— Vol. 15, No. 2 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Baptist union. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 26 

Apr. 16, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 16. 1896. ) 

27 
Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 

Bicycle fashions. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Butterick pub. co., 
New York. 

Biles's whiskey price list. Apr. 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by J. W. Biles co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Black cat. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898. ) 30 

Copyright by Short story pub. co., 
Boston. 



Boston daily globe, Apr. 9, 1897 

Apr. 11, 1898. ) 
Apr. 11, 1898. 



(Ree'd 
31 
(Rec'd Apr. 12. 1898.) 
32 



Apr. 12, 1898. 
Apr. 13, 1898. 
Apr. 14, 1898. 
Apr. 15, 1898. 



(Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 
33 

(Rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 
34 

(Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 
35 

(Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

36 



Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston Sunday globe. Apr. 10. 1898 
(Rec'd Apr. 11,1898.) 37 

Copyright by Globe pub. co.. Boston. 

Boston Sunday post. Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 

Copyright by Post pub. co., Boston. 

Bradstreet's. Apr. 16, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 39 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 

Brooklyn life. Apr. 9, 1898. (Reo'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 10 

Apr. 16, 1S9S. (Rec'd Apr. 16, IS 

41 
Copyright by Brooklyn life pnb. oo., 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 

California architect and building Dews. 
Mar.,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 42 
Copyright by California arch 
tnral pub. oo., San Franc - 

Carriage monthly. Apr.. 1898 
Apr. LI, 1898.) 
Copyright by Ware broa., I 
phia. 



104 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

■Catholic news. Apr. 13. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 44 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

45 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 

Central law journal. Apr. 8, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 46 

Copyright by Central law journal co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Christian endeavor topics. Apr. 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 47 

' Copyright by Society topics pub. co., 
Fredonia, N. Y. 

Christian endeavor world. Apr. 14, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by the Golden rule co., 
Boston. 

Christian herald. Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch. New 
York. 

Christian science journal. Feb., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 50 

Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 51 

Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy. 

Church economist. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 53 

Copyright by Church economist jnib. 
co., New York. 

Clearing house quarterly. Apr., 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1*98.) 54 

Copyright by Attorneys' national 

clearing house co., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

Club owl. Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
: 13, 1898.) 55 

-Copyright by Women's union league, 
Newark, N. J. 

Collier's weekly. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. 
Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 57 

State and citv supplement. Apr. 16, 

1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by William B.Dana co., 
New York. 

Cordage trade journal. Apr. 7, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Charles H. Delano, 
New York. 

Cosmopolitan magazine. Mav, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Critic. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 61 

Copyright by The Critic co., New 
York. 



Criterion. Mar. 26. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 62 

Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

63 

Apr. 9. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 64 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

65 

Copyright by G. L. Davidson, New 

York. 

Cuba v America. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 14, 1898.) 66 

Copyright by Manuel Montero, New 

York. 

Cycle age. Apr. 7. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 

'1898.) 67 

Apr. 14,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

68 
Copyright by Cycle age and trade re- 
view, Chicago. 

Daily racing form. Apr. 8. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 69 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

70 

Apr. 10-11. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

71 

Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

72 

Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

73 

Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

74 
Copyright by Frank H. Brunell, Chi- 
cago. 
Delineator. Mav, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 75 

Copyright by Butterick pub. co., 
New York. 

Diamond Dick, jr. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 76 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 

Drv goods economist. Apr. 9, 1898, 

(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 

York. 

Economic studies. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 78 

Copyright by American economic 
ass'n, New York. 

Electrical engineer. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 14,1898.) 79 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
New York. 



Electrical review. Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 80 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 



105 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Electrical world. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by W. J. Johnston co., 
New York. 

Engineering record. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 82 i 

Copyright by Engineering record. 
New York. 

Evening telegram. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd ' 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 83 , 
Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

84 
Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

85 
Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 

86 
Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

87 
Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. ) 

88 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 

89 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, \ 
New York. 

Examiner. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, i 
1898.) 90 

Copyright by Examiner co., New i 
York. 

Family story paper. May 7, 1898. (Rec'd i 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 91 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, 
New York. 

Farm and home. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- j 
held, Mass. 

Farm implement news. Apr. 7, 1898. ! 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 93 

Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

94 
Copyright by Farm implement news ] 
co., Chicago. 

Farm machinery. Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.)" 95 

Copyright by Midland pub. co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Farmer. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 

1898.) " ^m 

Copyright by Orange Jndd co., Chi- 
cago. 

Fashions. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 97 

Copyright by Herbert Booth King 
A bro. pub. co., New York. 

Federal reporter. Apr. 12, 1898. (Reo'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 98 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



Titles— Continued. 

Fireside companion. May 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by George Munro's sons, 
New York. 

Florists' review. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 100 

Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.; 

101 
Copyright by Florists' pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Forest and stream. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 102 

Copyright by Forest and stream pub. 
co., New York. 

Frank Leslie's popular monthly. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr, 16, 1898.) 103 

Copyright by Frederic L. Colver, 
New York. 

Furniture trade review. Apr. 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 104 

Copyright by Review pub. co., New 

York. 

Gardening. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 

1898.) 105 

Copyrightby Gardening co. ; Chicago. 

Glass of fashion. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 12, 1 898.) 106 

(Spanish ed.) Mav, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 12, 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Butterick pub. co., 
New York. 

Golden hours. Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 108 

Copyright by Gorman L. Munro. 
New York. 

Good literature. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

11,1898.) 109 

Copyright by F. M. Luptou. New 

York. 

Grand album metropolitan fashions. 

May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 1 2, 1898. ) 1 10 

Copyright by Butterick pub. co.. 

New York. 

Granite monthly. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898. ) ' HI 

Copyright by Granite monthly oo., 
Concord, N. H. 

Green Bay news. Apr. S. L898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 11- 

Copyright by Fenton & Vox, Green 
Hay. Wis. ' 

Grocers' regulator. Apr. I I. 1898. I Re< \1 

Apr. 10. 1898.^ 113 

Copyright by Reid, Murdoch A oo., 

Chicago. 

Half holiday. Apr.16,1898, (Reo'dApr. 

Hi. L898.) in 

Copyright by Howard Ainslee A co.. 

Now York. 



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Happy days. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 115 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Harper's bazar. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 116 

Copyright bv Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Harper's weekly. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 13, 1898.) 117 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 

Helpful thoughts. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 118 

Copyright by Helpful thoughts pub. 

co., New York. 

Home and farm. Apr. 15. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Home and farm pub. 
co., Louisville, Ky. 

Home talk. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 120 

Copyright by Woodward pub. co., 
New York. 

Horseman. Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 121 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 

Humane alliance. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 122 

Copyright by National humane al- 
liance, New York. 

Illinois official reporter. Apr. 6, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 123 

Copyright by Isaac Newton Phillips, 
Bloomington, 111. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Aor. 10, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 124 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Illustrated police news. Apr. 16, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 125 

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Insurance critic. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 126 

Copyright by George W. Corliss, New 
York. 

Item. Apr. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 

127 
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Jewelers' circular. Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898. ) 128 

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Apr. 14, 1898.) 129 

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Jewish comment. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 130 

Copyright by " The Publishers," Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Journal of nervous and mental disease. 
Apr. , 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 131 
Copyright by Chas. Henry Brown, 
New York. 

Journal of osteopathy. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11,1898.) * 132 

Copyright by American school of 
osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. 

Journal of practical metaphysics. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898!) 133 

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Boston. 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. 
Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 134 
Copyright by A merican medical ass'n, 
Chicago. 

Judge. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 135 

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York. 

League leaflet. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 136 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 

Legal intelligencer. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 137 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 

Leslie's weekly. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 138 

Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 

139 
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York. 

Life. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

140 
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York. 

Life and health. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 141 

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co., ISew York. 

Little men and women. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11,1898.) 142 

Copyright by Charles E. Graff, New 
York. 

Log cabin library. Mar. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16,1898.) ' 143 

Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

144 
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McCall's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 16,1898.) 145 

Copyright by McCall co., New York. 

Mackey ABC guide. Apr. 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 146 

Copyright bv A B C guide co.. New 
York. 

Marine engineering. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 147 

Copyright by Marine pub co., New 
York. 

Messenger of the sacred heart. May, 
1898: (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 148 

Supplement. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

14,1898.) 149 

Copyright by Apostlcship of prayer, 
New York. 

Metropolitan fashions. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 150 

Copyright by Butterick pub. co., 
New York. 



Monthly blotter 
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Copyright by Muirson & Wright, 
San Jose, Cal. 

National medical review. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 152 

Copyright by Geo. W.Johns ton, M. D., 
Washington, D. C. 

New century. Anr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 153 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 

New England home magazine. Apr. 16, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 154 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

155 
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magazine, Boston. 

New England homestead. Apr. 16., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 156 

Copyright by Orange Jndd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

New England master-builder. Apr. 9, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 157 

Copyright by H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

New time. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 158 

Copyright by Chas. H. Kerr & co., 
Chicago. 

New York clipper. Apr. U>. 189S. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 159 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 



Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
151 



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New York herald, Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 160 

Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

161 
Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

162 
Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

163 
Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

164 
Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

165 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

166 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

New York journal, Apr. 10, 1898. f Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 167 

Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

168 

Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

169 

Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

170 
^ — Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 

171 

Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15. 1898.) 

172 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 

New York medical journal. Apr. 9. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 173 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

New York state reports and session laws. 
Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 174 
Copyright by Banks & bros., and 
James B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

New Y T ork supplement and state reporter. 
Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 17."> 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

New York times, Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 176 

Apr. 10, 189S. (Rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. 1 

177 
Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12. 1898.1 

17< 
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179 
Apr. 13. 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. U. I89d.) 

ISO 
Apr. 14, 1S9S. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.] 

181 
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1 82 
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New York times weekly. Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 183 

Copyright by New York times co.. 
New York. 

Street & Smith's New York weekly. 
Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 184 
Copyright ov Street & Smith, New 
York. 

New Yorker abendblatt, Apr. 9. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 185 

Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

186 

Apr. 12. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

187 

Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14,1898.) 

188 

Apr. 14. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. ) 

189 

Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

190 
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zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Apr. 10. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 191 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitimg, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, Apr. 11, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 192 

Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

193 

Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

194 

Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

195 

Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. ) 

196 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

197 
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zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 14. 1898. ) 198 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, York. 

Nick Carter weeklv. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 199 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 



Northeastern reporter. Apr. 

(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 200 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Northwestern reporter. Apr. 9. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 201 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



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Ohio legal news. Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 202 

Copyright by Laning prtg. co., Nor- 
walk, Ohio. 

Old Cap Collier library. Apr. 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 203 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 

Our young people. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16,1898.) 204 

Copyright by Young people co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Outlook. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 

1898.) 205 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 

Pacific reporter. Apr. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 206 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Apr. 
9,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 207 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

208 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 

People. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 209 

Copyright by C. G. Harger, jr., 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Period. Apr. — . 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 210 

Copyright by Olive B. Lee, Dallas, 
Tex. 

Philadelphia inquirer, Apr. 10. 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 211 

Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

212 
Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

213 
Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

214 
Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

215 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

216 
Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

217 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia medical journal. Apr. 16, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 218 

Copyright by Phila. medical pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Phonographic magazine. Apr. — , 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 219 

Copyright by Phonographic institute 
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Titles — Continued. 
Pittsburg times, Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 



11,1898.) 
Apr. 11, 



220 

(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 
221 



Apr. 12, 1898. 

Apr. 13, 1898. 

Apr. 14, 1898. 



(Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

999 



(Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

223 

(Rec'd Apr. 15. 1898.) 

224 

Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 

225 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Pluck and luck. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 226 

Copyright by Frank Tou3ey, New 
York. 

Pocket magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 227 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. 

Primary education. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 228 

Copyright by Educational pub. co., 
Boston. 

Printer and bookmaker. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 229 

Copyright by Howard Lockwood & 
co., New York. 

Puck. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) ' 230 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Railway handbook. Apr. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 231 

Copyright by Railway handbook 
pub. co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Rider and driver. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 232 

Copyright by Rider and driver pub. 
co. ; New York. 

Russell's convention dates. Apr. 9. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 233 

Copyright by Hamlin Russell, New- 
ark, N. J. 

St. Louis republic, Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 234 

(Sunday magazine.) Apr. 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 235 

Copyright by Geo. Knapp & co.. St. 
Louis. Mo. 
Saturday evening post. Apr. 16. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. L5, 1898.) 236 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 
School journal. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'dApr. 
11,1898.) 237 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg A CO., 
New York. 



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Scientific American. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 15, 1898.) 238 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 

Southeastern reporter. Apr. 5. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern reporter. Apr. 4, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 240 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southwestern reporter. Apr. 11, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 241 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul 
Minn. 

Spectator. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
'16,1898.) 242: 

Copyright by The spectator co. ; Neir 
York. 

Standard. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13 r 
1898.) ' 243- 

Copyright by Standard press, Nevr 
York. 

Sun, Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 244 

Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.; 

245- 
Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12. 1898.) 

246 
Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13. 1898. ) 

217 
Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14. 1898. ) 

218 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. L5, 1898. ' 

249 
Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16. 1898. 

Coppyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass n. New York. 

Sunday herald. Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr.Vll. 1898.) 

Copyright by Bosrou herald co.. 
ton. 

Sunday magazine. Apr. 10. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr.' 11. L898.) 
Copyright by Ervin Wardman, 

York'. 

Sunday school times. Apr. 16, 
(Rec'd Apr. 13. 1898.) 
Copyright 1>\ John D. Wattles«& 
Philadelphia, 

Superintendent and foreman, \pi\ 12, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11. L898. 254 

Copyright by Joseph \ an Ness 
ton. ' 



Supreme court reporter 
(Rec'd Apr. 11. L898.) 



Apr. I 



Copj right i\\ West pub. o - 

Minn. 



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Svenska Amerikanska Posten. Apr. 12, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) ' 256 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Textile world. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

11,1898.) 257 

Copyright by Guild & Lord, Bos- 
ton. 



Tip top weekly. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898. ) 258 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Tobacco. Apr. 8. 1998. (Rec'd Apr. 11. 
1898.) 259 

Copyright by T. H. Delano pub. co., 
New York. 

Town topics. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 260 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 

Truth. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15. 
1898.) . 261 

Copyright by Truth co., Xew York. 

United States navy and marine corps 
directory. Mar.. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 262 

Copyright by L. L. Thompson, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

University medical magazine. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 263 

Copyright by University of Pennsyl- 
vania press, Philadelphia. 

Up-to-date. Apr. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 264 

Copyright by Up-to-date pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Viavi cause. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 265 

Copyright by H. & H. E. Law, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Vogue. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 266 

Copyright by Fashion co., New 
York. 



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Western electrician. Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 267 

Copyright by Electrical pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Western school journal. Apr., 18 98. 
(Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 268 

Copyright by John Macdonald, To- 
peka, Kans. 

Wool record. Apr. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 269 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 
Xew York. 

World. Apr. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 270 

Apr. 12. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 

271 

Apr. 13. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

272 

Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

273 

Apr. 15. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

274 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

275 

World comic weekly. Apr. 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 11, 18980 276 

World (Sunday). Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 11, 18980 277 

World (Woman's). Apr. 10, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 278 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Xew 

York. 

World's Sunday magazine. Apr. 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr.l'l, 1898.) 279 

Young glory. Mar. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

I 16,1898.)' 280 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 

York. 

! Young Klondike. Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 281 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Young people's weekly. Apr. 17, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 282 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 
co., Elgin, 111, 

Youth's companion. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 283 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 



Ill 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LKCTIOJSTS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogui-;., 



Titles. 

Alice, where art thou? By J. Ascher. 
Arranged for banjo by Fred. J. Bacon. 
Philadelphia, Granpner & Meyer. 
(1898, no. 23282, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Graupner & Meyer, 
Philadelphia. 

All aboard for Wexford, or remember '98. 
Words bv N. D. Todd. Music by J. H. 
Waclsworth. Boston, N. D. Todd. 
( 1898, no. 22934, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by N. D. Todd, Boston. 

Alia viva amena di Bellagio. (An dem 
schonen ufer von Bellagio. ) Barcarole, 
per mandolino e pianoforte, di Emil 
Fritzsch. op. 70. Leipzig, Gebriider 
Hug & co. [Ai laghi dell' alta Italia, 
no. 1.] (1898, no. 23881, Apr. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Ambolena snow. Military ballad. May- 
wood, no. 1597, [n.i.] (1898, no.22587, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 4 
Copyright by Eegina music box co., 
Kail way, N. J. 

American girls abroad. Two-step. By 

Harry G. Martin. Boston, Oliver Dit- 

son co. (1898, no. 23723, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

\round the square. Military march. By 
J. T. Glascock. [For piano.] [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 23648, Apr. 14, 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 12, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by J. T. Glascock, Hop- 
kins vi lie, Ky. 

Art thou weary ? J. M. Neale, translator. 

G. F. Sargent, arranger. (1898, no. 

23059, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 7 

Copyright by IT. Date, Chicago. 

Ashamed of Jesus. By J. Grigg and W. 
A. Ogden. (1898, no. 23079, Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 8 | 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Ay or nay? Ballad. Words by F. Far- 
nest What ley. Music by Arthur F. 
Fisher. Eigh voice in E flat. Boston, 
Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. L'2738. Apr. 
II. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by 0. Ditson co.. Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

B. H. S. march and two-step. By Sue S, 
Winchell. [For piano.] Brunswick, 
Maine, T. H. Riley. (1898, no. 23256, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 10 
Copyright by Sue S. Winchell, Bruns- 
wick, Me. 

Babbie waltzes. From the Little Minister. 

Furst. no. 1596, [n.i.] (1898, no. 22585, 

Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

Banner (The) of the Lord. By H. W. 
Fairbank. (1898, no. 23088, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Barcarolle. For the piano. By J. Arthur 

Deinuth. op. 18, no. 6. New York, P. 

L. Jung. (1898, no. 23731, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 

Behold us, Lord! Recitative and aria. 
Bass solo. ByJ.B. Grass. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, John Church co. (1898, no. 23758. 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

14 
Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Believe me if all those endearing young 
charms. Transcription brillante. By 
James J. Freeman. [For piano.] New 
York, M.Witmark & sous. (1898.no. 
24018, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15. 
1898.) ' 15 

Copyright by M.Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

Belle (The) of Darktown aristocracy. By 
H.Linton. (1898, HO. 20531, Mar. 30. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898. ) 16 

Copyright by H. Linton. Denver, 

Colo.' 

Belvedere (The) club. March. Two-step. 
Composed by Eugene 11. Gehm. [For 
piano.] Pittsburg, Pa., Basler's music 
house. (1898, no. 21111. Apr. 16. - 
copies rec'd Apr. 16. L898.) IT 

Copyright b\ E. H.Gehm, Jeannette, 
Pa. 

Berceuse. Fur das klavier, Komponierl 
von Paul Juon. op. 1. Berlin, bohles- 
inger'schen buch- u. musikhaudlung, 

( Rob. i.ineau. ) | SechS ski en. D 
( 1898, no. L'ivsTT, Apr. 15. 2 i 0] 
Apr. l.\ L898 ) 
Copyright by Schlesinger'schen Inn li 

n. uiusikhandluug. (R, 1 in. an. 

Berlin, Germany . 



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Titles — Continued. 

Best anthems for quartette and chorus 
choirs, no. 1. Edited by AY. A. Ogden. 
Chicago, Hope pub. co. (1898, no. 18657, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 19 
Copyright by Henry Date, Chi- 
cago. 

Blessed be the Lord. By A. Bierly. (1898, 
no. 23076, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 20 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

*Blue ribbon. Polka. By J. Zimnier- 
mann. For orchestra. New York. 
Standard music co. (1898, no. 14350, 
Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 

21 
Copyright by Grasmuk & Schott, 
New York. 

Bring me sweet blossoms. Waltz som;-. 
By Mrs. C. M. Turton. 1st and 2d gui- 
tar and 3 mandolins. Arranged by F. 
G. Odell. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 23718. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

Brother Gardner's cake walk. Two-step. 
By Joseph Gearen. For mandolin 
orchestra. Chicago, Lyon & Healy. 
(1898, no. 8953, Jan. 31. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

* Bull's eye galop. By J. F. Zimmer- 
mann. [For orchestra.] New York, 
standard music co. (1898, no. 14353, 
Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 

24 
Copyright by Grasmuk & Schott, 
New York. 

Canzonetta. Fiir das klavier. Kompo- 
niert von Paul Juon. op. 1. Berlin, 
Schlesinger'schen buch- u. musikkand- 
lung. (Bob. Lineau.) [Sechs skizzen. 
no. 3.] (1898, no, 23875, Apr. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Schlesinger'schen 
buch- u. musikhandlung. (E. Li- 
neau.) Berlin,Germany. 
Carmen. Grand fantasie. 1st and 2d 
mandolin, guitar, and piano. Arranged 
by D. Tipaldi. op. 61. Boston, Oliver 
Ditson co. (1898, no. 23717, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 26 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

Charity begins at home. A ballad. 
Words by George Taggart. Music by 
Kerry Mills, [n. L] (1898, no. 23289, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

27 
Copyright bv F. A. Mills, New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Charming little valley. Three-part song. 
Sopranos 1 and 2. Arranged by Giulio 
Eoberti. Boston, Ginn & co. [The 
Ccda, no. 222.] (1898. no. 21656, Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Ginn &. co., Boston. 

* Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day. Easter 
anthem. By John T. Grape. [Mixed 
voices.] Baltimore, Sanders & Stay- 
man. ( 1898, no. 17394. Mar. 14. 1 copy 
rec'd Mar. 14 and 1 copv Apr. 29, 1898.) 

29 
Copyright by Sanders & Stayman, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Christmas in the old home. Song and 
chorus. BvGussieL. Davis. New York, 
Howlev. Haviland &. co. (1898, no. 
24186. Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 30 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & 
co.. New York. 

Church (The) organist, v. 2. A collec- 
tion of pieces for use in church. Ar- 
ranged and edited by Chas. H. Morse. 
Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898, no, 23683, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Colored (The) musketeers' patrol. For 

banjo (solo or duet). By Clarence H. 

Lefavour. [n. i.] (1898, no. 24139, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 32 

Copyright by Wm. J. Lefavour, 

Salem, Mass. 

Columbia campus. Two-step. By T. 
Harry Barron. [For piano.] New 
York!! Johann Schick. (1898, no. 21271, 
Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

33 
Copvright by T. H. Barron, New 
York. 

Come, Jesus, Bedeemer. By B. Palmer. 

Arranged from Brahms/ (1898, no. 

23058, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 34 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Come off dat roost, Mister Johnson. Coon 
song. Words and music by J. Thos. 
Kennv. Norfolk. Ya., J. Thos. Kenny. 
(1898, no. 19178, Mar. 23. 2 mimeograph 
copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. 35 

Copyright by J. T. Kenny, Norfolk, 
Ya. 

Come, ye disconsolate. Bv T. Moore. S. 
Web be, arranger. (1898, no. 23054, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

36 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued . 



Concertino in C minor. For clarinet 

and orchestra. By Percy Pitt. op. 22. 

New York, Boosey & co. (1898, no. 

23584, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 

1898.) 37 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 

York. 

Conqueror (The) march. By W. A. Corey. 

[For piano.] New York, E. T. Paull 

music co. (1898, no. 23926, Apr. 15. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by E. T. Paull, New York. 

Conquerors (The) waltz. Furst. no, 

1600, [n. i.J (1898, no. 23932, Apr. 15. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 39 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

Continuous (The) show. Words and 
music by Lew Sully. New York, How- 
ley, Haviland & co. (1898, no. 24184, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

40 
Copyright by Howley, Hayiland & 
co, New York. 

Cradle song. (Wiegenlied.) M. Hauser. 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. Arranged 
by Chas. J. Doru. op. 42. Boston, 
Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 23721, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

41 
Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Cross and crown. By E. K. Heyser. 
(1898, no. 23085, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Crown our heroes. Song and chorus. 

Words by M. E. Kail. Music by O. 

Lang. (1898, no. 20530, Mar. 30. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Oscar Lang, U. S. 

Cuba libre march. [Patriotic] By Eu- 
gene Kaeuffer. [For orchestra.] Chi- 
cago, Lyon & Healy. (1898, no. 23999, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

44 
Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 
Cuba must be free. Words by John A. 
Burgan. Music by Alonzo Stone. 
Philadelphia, W. H. Boner & co. (1898, 
no. 21901, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 45 

Copyright by J. A. Burgan, Philadel- 
phia. 

Cumberland '61. March. By Ceo. J. 
Trinkaus. Arranged by Herbert L. 
Clarke. [For orchestra.] New York. 
M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 21021, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 46 
Copyright by M. YY itinark & sons, 
New York/ 



Curfew (The). 3 parts. By J. R. Murray. 
1936. Cincinnati, Ohio, John Church 
co. (1898, no. 23756, Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

* Dainty lady. Polka. By J. Zirnmer- 

mann. [For orchestra.] New York, 

Standard music co. (1898, no. 14351, 

Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.; 48 

Copyright by Grasmuk &, Schott, 

New York. 

Dance of the fireflies. Tarantelle in A. 
For violin and piano. By M. C. Wick- 
ins. London, Wickins & co. (1898, no. 
24082, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 49 

Copyright by Wickins & co., London, 
England. 

Debutante waltzes. By William J. Bren- 

nan. [For piano.] New York, Wm. A. 

Pond & co. (1898, no. 24182, Apr. 16. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 50 

Copyright by W. J. Brennan, New 

York. 

Departure. Samson. Compiled by S. 

Lasar. For female voices. New York, 

Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898. no. 23551, 

Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14,1898.) 51 

Copyright by W. A. Pond & co.. New 

York. 

Deux nocturnes. Pour piano solo. Par 
M. Esposito. no. 1 in E minor. Lon- 
don, W., Forsyth bros. ( 1898, no. 2388 
Apr. 15. 2copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. 
Copyright by Forsyth bros.. London. 
W., England. 

no. 2 in A major. London. W.. 

Forsyth bros. (189S, no. 23886, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. i 53 

Copyright by Forsyth bros.. London. 
AY., England. 

Dolce Rieovdo all' [sola Holla. (Siiss 
Erinnerung an Isola Bella. Vals, per 
mandoline e pianoforte di Kmil 
Frit/sch. op. 70. Leipzig, Gebruder 
Hug »fc co. [Ai laghi dell alta Italia. 
no. 2.] (1898. no. 23882, \pr. L5. - 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, L898. | :> t 

Copyright by Gebruder Hug a co., 
Leipzig, Germany . 

Don't say " no." Song. W 
music by C. AY. Krogmann. Bos 
White-Smith musio pub. oo. v 3 
2 1 181. Apr. L6. 2 copies rec'd A.p 
L898.) 
Copyright by White-Smith • 
pub. co., Boston. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Dove song. De Koven. no. 1601, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 23935, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

Duettino. Fur das klavier. Kornpo- 
niert von Paul Juon. op. 1. Berlin, 
Schlesinger'schen bucli u. musikhand- 
lung. (Rob. Lineau.) [Secbs skiz- 
zen. no. 1.] (1898, no. 23876, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Schlesinger'schen buch 
u. nmsikhandlung. (R. Lineau.) 
Berlin, Germany. 

* Eagle wing galop. By Jos. Beyersdor- 
fer. [For orchestra.] New York, 
Standard music co. (1898, no. 11351, 
Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 

58 
Copyright by Grasmuk & Schott, 
New York. 

Early in the morning. Words by E. E. 

Hewitt. Music by Wm. J. Kirkpat- 

rick, [n.i.] (1898,' no. 21911, Apr. 5? 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by W. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Ecce sacerdos. For unison chorus, with 
organ or piano accompaniment. By 
Carlo Brizzi. New York, J. Fischer & 
bro. (1898, no. 21144, Apr. 16. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by C. Brizzi, New York. 

Edelweiss. Caprice. By R. Grunewald. 

op. 277. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 

(1898, no. 23737, Anr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Eileen for thee. Ballad. Words by 
James J. Haines. Music by Joseph W. 
Wheeler. Boston, Atlantic music co. 
(1898, no. 23090, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 62 

Copyright by J. J. Haines, Roxbury, 
Mass. 

Elegie. Fiir das klavier. Koraponiert 
von Paul Juon. op. 1. Berlin, Schles- 
inger'schen buch u. musikhandlung. 
(Rob. Lineau.) [Seeks skizzen. no. l.J 
(1898, no. 23873. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by Schlesinger'schen buch 
u. musikhandlung. (R. Lineau.) 
Berlin, Germany. 

Elma. Sentimental song. op. Lodii 

Christart. Series majestic, [n. i.] 

(1898, no.70926, Dec. 17. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 15, 1898.) 64 

Copyright by J. W. Phillips, Par- 

kersburg, W. Ya. 



Titles — Continued. 

Endeavor marching song. Words and 
music by Palmer Hartsough, [u. i.] 
[Christian endeavor May day.] (1898, 
no. 23989, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15, 1898. ) 65 

Copyright by P. Hartsough, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Enjoy vourselves. Coon song. Ward. 

no. 1599, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22584, Apr. 9. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) ' 6Q 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

Entre nous. Song. Words and music 
bv Arthur Trevelyan. New York, 
George L. Spaulding. (1898, no. 24006. 
Apr.l5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

67 
Copvriffht bv G. L. Spaulding, New 
York. 

Epworth league. Grand march souvenir. 
For the pianoforte. By Chas Astin. 
Macon, Ga,, Chas. H. Freyer. (1898, 
no. 22958, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 68 

Copyright by Mattie S. Astiu, Cuth- 
bert, Ga. 

Ere the moon begins to rise. ^Cradle 
song.) Song, with accompaniment for 
pianoforte. By F. N. Shackley, High 
voice. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 23125. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) ' 69 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 

Song, with pianoforte accompani- 
ment. Bv F. N. Shackley. Low voice. 
Boston, Arthur P.Schmidt, (1898, no. 
23124, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 70 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 

Evening prayer. By A. Bierly. (1898, 
no. 23068, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 71 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Father's vacant chair. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Thos. F. Francis, 
Lafayette, Ind., Echo music co. (1898. 
no. 23131, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 72 

Copyright by Echo music co., La- 
fayette, Ind. 

Faust. Grand fantasie on themes from 
Gounod's opera, "Faust." Two score 
copies. Duet for two pianos. By 
Charles Knnkel. St. Louis, Kunkel 
bros. (1898, no. 24566, Apr. 18'. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by Kunkel bros., St. Louis, 
Mo. 



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Feast of Bacchus waltzes. By W. Irving- 
Miller. Durand, Mich., Durand music 
co. (1898, no. 23752, Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by Durand music co., Du- 
rand, Mich. 

Feed my sheep. Words by Rev. Mary B. 
G. Eddy. Set to music by Lyman F. 
Brackett. Boston, Christian science 
publishing society. (1898, no. 23931, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

75 
Copyright by M. B. G. Eddy, United 
States. 

Fellowship club march. By Phil Cole. 
[For band.] Chicago, Lyon & Healy. 
(1898, no. 23993, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 76 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Fight for honor march. By S. C. Bougher. 

[For piano.] [n. L] '(1898, no. 23921, 

Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 

Filibuster (The) march and two-step. 
By E. H. Barker. Arranged by Herbert 
L. Clarke. [For orchestra.] New York, 
M. Witmark &. sons. (1898, no. 24025, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

78 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Flower song. By G. Lange. Arranged 
for banjo by Carrol McAfee. Phila- 
delphia, Graupner & Meyer. (1898, 
no. 23283, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 79 

Copyright by Graupner & Meyer, 
Philadelphia. 

Forgive. Song in C. Written and com- 
posed by Piccolomini. London, Wick- 
ins & co. (1898, no. 24253, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 80 

Copyright by Wickins & co., Lon- 
don, England. 

Fort Bell gavotte. Guitar. By H. L. 

Theis. Philadelphia, Graupner & 

Meyer. (1898, no. 23284, Apr. 12. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by Graupner & Meyer, 

Philadelphia. 

Fort Lowry. Two-step polka. Com- 
posed by W. Qoodwin Smithers. Ar- 
ranged by Prof. August W'ahl. [For 
piano.] Brooklyn, X. V., ('has. W. 
Held. (1898, no. 23929, Apr. 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 82 
Copyright by C. YV. Held, Brooklyn, 
N.Y, 



Four characteristic waltzes. Composed 
by S. Coleridge-Taylor, op. 22. Ar- 
ranged for violin and pianoforte by 
the composer. London and New York, 
Novello, Ewer & co. nos. 1-1. (1898, 
nos. 24092-24095, Apr. 16. 2 copies each 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 83-86 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 

From do to do. Words and music by 
Harry A. Cuscadeu. Louisville, Ky., 
H. A. Cuscaden. (1898, no. 19184, Mar. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 87 
Copyright by H. A. Cuscaden, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

G. A. E. march. By Chas. Esberger, jr. 
[Band.] Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 23548, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 88 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Gagliarda. Danse ancienne. Par E. 

Leoncavallo. Piano. Leipzig, Max 

Brockaus. (1898, no. 23212, Apr. 12. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 89 

Copyright by M. Brockaus, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Gavotte — Caroline. For the piano. By 

J. Arthur Demuth. op. 16, no. 5. New 

York, P. L. Jung. (1898, no. 23726. Apr. 

14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by P. L. Jun<;-. New 

York. 

Gladiator (The) patrol. For the piano- 
forte. Composed by H. Berg. (1898, 
no. 23211, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
12,1898.) 91 

Copyright by St. Cecilia music pnb. 
CO., ltd., London, England. 

God of mercy. ByA.Bierly. (1898, no. 

23055, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1S98.) ' 92 

Copyright by H. Hate, Chicago, 111. 

Golden dreams. Song m (i. Written 

and composed by Christabel, I on don, 

Wickins & co.' (1898, no. 24252, Apr, 

18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L6, L898. 93 

Copyright by Wickins A co., Lob 

(Ion. England. 

Graded songs, no. 6. For high scl 
seminaries, musical conventions, nud 
choral societies. By «». Bla 
Cincinnati, Ohio, John Church oo 
v L898, no. 23588, Apr. II. 2 oo 
Apr. II. L898.) 
Copyright '>> O. Blackmau, I • 
States, 



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Titles — Continued. 

Grapkophone (The) march. For piano 
solo. By Geo. H. Boyle. Reading, Pa., 
J. S. Althonse & co., ltd. (1898, no. 
10700, Feb. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 95 

Copyright by J. S. Althonse & co., 
ltd., Reading, Pa, 

Green (A) hill far away. Haydn. Ar- 
ranged by W. A. Ogden. (1898, no. 
23051, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 96 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Guide me. Duet aud quartet. W. Will- 
iams. Arranged from the Scotch by 
W. A. Ogden. (1898. no. 23075, Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Guide me, O thou great Jehovah! By 

W.Williams and T. M. Towne. (1898, 

no. 23072, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

11, 1898. ) 98 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Haidenrosleiu. (The wild rose.) The 
melody arranged from Beethoven's 
fragmentary manuscript sketches, and 
the accompaniment composed by Henry 
Holden Hnss. New York, G. Schirmer. 
(1898, no. 17633. Mar. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Hark ! merry wedding bells. Song with 
waltz refrain, piano accompaniment. 
op. Lodii Christart, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
8834, Jan. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 100 

Copyright by Jos. W. Phillips, Par- 
kersburg, W. Va. 

Hark ! ten thousand harps. (For Christ- 
mas.) By T. Kelly and E. K. Hevser. 
(1898, no. 23057, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11,1898.) 101 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Heaven is my home. [High class ballad.] 

By W. T. Jefferson. New York, M. Wit- 

mark & sons. (1898, no. 24019, Apr. 15. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) " 102 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 

Heme's (Heinrich) celebrated poems set 
to music. By Dr. Julius Solow. New 
York, Consolidated music publishers' 
ass'n. (1898, no. 23656. Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 103 

Copyright by J. Solow, New York, 

His whiskers on a bike ; or, hirsute ap- 
pendages. Song and refrain. Words 
and music by A. M. Thatcher. Boston, 
Marclay music co. (1898, no. 15394, 
Mar. 4. "2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 104 
Copyright by A. M. Thatcher, Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

House (The) party. Two-step. By Mar- 
garet I. Onderdonk. [For piano.] 
Grand Rapids, Mich., F. A. Onderdonk. 
(1898, no. 21085, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 105 

Copyright bvM. I. Onderdonk, United 
States. 
How I love mv Lou. Song. Stromberg. 
no. 1602, [n. i.] (1898. no. 23934, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 106 

Copyright by Regiua music box co., 
Rahway, N. J. 
Hymn (A) to Cupid. Chorus for A. T. 
B. B. The words written by Herrick. 
The music composed by George C. Mar- 
tin. London, Novello, Ewer & co. 
[The Orpheus (new series) no. 315.] 
(1898, no. 24104, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16. 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 
I don't care if yo' nebber comes back. 
Song. Rosen feld. no. 1598, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 23586, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11.1898.) 108 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 
Ralnvay, N. J. 
I won't let you insult her. Descriptive 
song and chorus. Words and music by 
Dave Augustine. New York. George L. 
Spaulding. ( 1898, no. 24008, Apr. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by G. L. Spaulding, New 
York. 

Ich liebe dich in cwigkeit. Fiir manner- 
chor. Komponirt von Carl Riegg. op. 
69. Offenbach a. Main, Johann Andre. 
(1898, no. 23355, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 110 

Copyright by J. Andre, Offenbach a. 
Main, Germany. 
I'm come from de Souf. Words and mu- 
sic by M. I. Barnes. (1898. no. 23049, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

Ill 
Copyright by M. I. Barnes, Lacon, 111. 

In the cross of Christ I glory. By C. H. 
Gabriel. (1898, no. 23053, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 
In the popular style. Waltz for band. By 
E. C. Ramsdell. Boston, E. C. Rams- 
dell. ( 1898, no. 22676, Apr. 9. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 113 

Copyright by E. C. Ramsdell, Boston. 

Incidental music to Lankester's Joan of 
Arc. Composed by Edward Jakobow- 
ski. New York, Boosey & co. (1898, 
no. 23587, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 114 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 



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Inquirer (The) march. Two-step. By 
Frank H. Losey. [For orchestra.] 
Chicago, Lyon <& Healy. (1898, no. 
23990,^ Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 
1898.) 115 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Invierno. Vals. Por Carlos Canudas. 
Mexico, A. Wagner y Levien. (1898, 
no. 23577, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 116 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Is that how it is now, babe? Words by 
Geo. A. Hammond. Mnsic by Al. Jones, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 23290, Apr. 12. 2 esp- 
ies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 117 
Copyright by F. A. Mills, New 
York. 

Itasca march. By F. H. Losey. [For 
band.] Chicago, Lyon & Healy. 
(1898, no. 23995, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 118 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Jes listen ma children to me. Coon song 
and chorus. Words and music by Harry 
H. Ballon. New York, Howlev, Havi- 
land & co. (1898, no. 24185. Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Jesus, I my cross have taken. By H. F. 

Lyte. Arrangement from Paur. (1898, 

no. 23080, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

11, 1898.) 120 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

By H. F. Lyte and E. K. Hevser. 

(1898, no. 23069, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 121 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Johnston's banjo finger-board guide. 
Sacramento, Cal., Preslev Johnston. 
(1898, no. 424, Jan. 3. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 122 

Copyright by P. Johnston, Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

Johnston's mandolin finger-board guide. 
Sacramento, Cal., Presley Johnston. 
(1897, no. 73689, Dec. 30. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 123 

Copyright by P. Johnston. Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

Jolly (The) farmer. For the piano. By 

J. Arthur Demuth. op. 15. no. 6. New 

York, P. L. Jung. ( 1898, no. 23725. Apr. 

11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 121 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New 

York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jubilee march of the Greater New York. 
By W. C. Parker. [For bn.ss band.] 
New York, K. Dehnhoff. (1898, no. 23391. 
Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13. 1898. 

125 
Copyright bv K. Dehnhoff. New 
York. 

June-bugs dance. Polka-rondo. Hoist. 

no. 5020, [u. i.] (1898, no. 22583. Apr. 9. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 126 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Ivahway, N. J. 

King (The) of love my Shepherd is. Bv 

H. W. Baker and W. T. Giffe. (1898, no. 

23067, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 

1898.) 127 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Klondyke jig. Composed by Wm. G. 
Schmid. [For piano.] Pittsburg. Pa., 
Basler's mnsic house. (1898, no. 24140, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 

128 
Copyright by Wm. G. Schmid, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Lady April waltzes. By John Edwin 

Fancher. Boston, Evans music co. 

(1898, no. 17877, Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 129 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Landler. (An echo from Vienna). For 
thepiano. By J. Arthur Demuth. op. 
16, no. 6. New York, P. L. Jung. 
(1898, no. 23727, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 130 

Copyright by P. L. Jung. New 
York. 

(Tyrolean mountain song.) For the 

piano. By J. Arthur Demuth. op. 17. 
no. 5. New York, P. L. Jung. (1898, 
no. 23728, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 131 

Copyright bv P. L. Jang, New 
York. 

Lawn (The) party. Waltz song. Ar- 
ranged for the Coda from Charles 
Lecocq. Boston. Cinn & CO. [The 
Coda. no. 221.] (1898, no. 20684, Mar. 
31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L5, L898. I 132 
Copyright by Ginn & co.. Boston. 

Lav him low. Bv 0. II. Baker and J. L. 
Orr. (1898, no. 23062, Apr. LI. 2. 
rec'd Apr. 11. L898.) 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Lean hard. By C. E, Breck and W. v. 
Ogden. (1898, no. 23052, Apr. LI. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 

Copyright by 11. Pate. Clio ago, 



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Legende. Pour le piano. By C. Chaniin- 

ade. op. 90. Paris, France, Enoch & 

cie. (1898, no. 22804, Apr. 11. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 135 

Copyright by Enoch & cie.. Paris, 

France. 

Lift up your heads. Anthem. By George 
Eward Smith. Logansport, Ind., Home 
music co. (1898, no. 23121, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 136 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 

Light of light, celestial brightness. Carol 
for children's day. Words by C. W. E. 
Seigel. Music by Geo. B. Nevin. [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 23740. Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 137 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 
Linnet (The) concert polka for piccolo, 
with pianoforte accompaniment. Com- 
posed by James Farrell. New York, 
Boosey & co. (1898, no. 23586, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 138 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 
List'ning to the vesper bell. Words by 
Gregg. Composed by Ada Sweeney. 
New York, Willis Woodward & co. 
(1898, no. 23093, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 139 

Copyright by W. Woodward & co., 
New York. 

Little (The) acorn waltz. Composed by 
S. G. Kiesling. Brooklyn, N. Y., S. G. 
Riesling. (1898, no. 22925, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 140 

Copyright bv S. G. Kiesling, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Lonely (The) rose. 3 parts. By E. 
Hermes. 1932. Cincinnati, Ohio, John 
Church co. (1898, no. 23757, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 141 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Lord (The) is my shepherd. By T. M. 
Towne. (1898, no. 23061, Apr. 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) ' 142 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Anthem. By W. T. Giffe. Logans- 
port, Ind., Home music co. (1898, no. 
23120, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 143 
Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 

Loretta waltzes. For mandolin. By Roy 
B. Simpson. Philadelphia, Graupner & 
Meyer. (1898, no. 23280, Apr. 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 144 
Copyright by Graupner & Meyer, 
Philadelphia. 



Loss (The) of our battle ship Maine. Song 
and chorus. Words by Mrs. Anna E. 
Todd. Music by T. Dixon Robinson. 
Soprano or tenor, in F. Philadelphia, 
T. Dixon Robinson. (1898, no. 16363, 
Mar. 10. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 145 
Copyright by T. D. Robinson, Phila- 
delphia. 

Louisiana pastime. Cake walk. March 
and two-step. By J. Ben Michaelis. 
[Piano.] New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. (1898, no. 24023, Apr. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 146 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Love in Paradise. Descriptive romance 
in six parts. Composed by S. G. Kies- 
ling. Brooklyn, N. Y., S. G. Riesling. 
(1898, no. 23661, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14,1898.) 147 

Copyright by S. G. Riesling, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Love, rest, and home. Bv Dr. Bonar and 
W. A. Ogden. (1898, no. 23073, Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11 , 1898. ) 148 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

MaCa'line. Schottische. ByBenTuttle. 
[For orchestra.] Chicago, Lyon & 
Healy. (1898, no. 23998, Apr. 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. ) 149 
Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Two-step. By Ben Tuttle. [For 

orchestra.] Chicago, Lyon & Healy. 
(1898, no. 23997, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 150 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Arranged by Smith & Zublin for 2 

mandolins and guitar. Chicago, Lyon 
& Healy. (1898, no. 23992, Apr. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898. ) 151 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

March of the corporal. [For piano.] By 

Will H. Schock. (1898, no. 22950, Apr. 

11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 152 

Copyright by W. H. Schock, Chicago. 

March. "The musical tempo." [For 
mandolin.] By J. W. McLouth. op. 
106. Philadelphia, Graupner & Mever. 
(1898, no. 23279, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 153 

Copyright by Graupner & Meyer, 
Philadelphia. 

Marche de nuit. New ed. Edited and 
fingered by John Orth. Composed by 
Louis M. Gottschalk. Boston, Oliver 
Ditson co. (1898, no. 23722, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 154 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 



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Marita. Song- and dance. By F. H. 

Losev. [For band.] Chicago, Lyon 

& Healy. (1898, no. 23991, Apr. 15. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 155 

Copyright by Lyon &, Healy, Chi- 



Marlowe waltzes. [For piano.] By 

George Meade. Brooklyn, N. Y., Chas. 

W. Held. (1898, no. 23928, Apr. 15. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898.) 156 

Copyright by C. W. Held, Brooklyn, 

N.Y. 

Maroon (The) two-step. By Max Fred- 
erick. Plattsburg. Mo., Max Frederick. 
(1898, no. 19745, Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 157 

Copyright by M. Frederick, Platts- 
burg^Mo. 

May-day revels. Words written by Het- 
tie M. Hawkins. Music composed by 
John E. West. London and New York, 
Novello, Ewer & co. [Novello's school 
music] (1898, no. 24100, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 158 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 

Meisterfahrer (Der). Marsch. Fiir piano- 
forte. Komponiert von Heinrich Mann- 
fred. Berlin, R. Sulzer nachf. verlag. 
(1898, no. 23359, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 159 

Copyright by E. Sulzer nachf. ver- 
lag., Berlin, Germany. 

Menuet antique. Pour piano. Par Mau- 
rice Ravel. Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, 
no. 24083, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 160 

Copyright by Enoch & cie , Paris, 
France. 

Menuet a l'antique. By S. Archer Gib- 
son. Baltimore, Md., Gibson, Glaser & 
co. (1898, no. 23665, Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 161 

Copyright by Gibson, Glaser & co., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Mercerian (The). March. For the piano- 
forte. By Chas. Astin. Macon, Ga., 
Chas. H. Freyer. (1898, no. 22957, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 162 
Copyright by Mattie S. Astin, Cuth- 
bert, Ga. 

Mes souvenirs de Yarsovie. Scenes fan- 
tastiques. Yiolineet piano. Par Carlo 
Schwerzel. op. 2, [n. i.] (1898. no. 
23358, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 163 

Copyright by C. Schwerzel, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

19503— Vol. 15, Xo. 2 3 



Mightv God, while angels. By C. H. 
Gabriel. (1898, no. 23083, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 164 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

* Minnie McAvoy. Intro. That's no 
dream. Waltz. By Sterling and Von 
Tilzer. Arranged by L. Thomas [for 
orchestra]. New York. Standard music 
co. (1898, no. 14347, Feb. 28. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 165 

Copyright by Grasmuk & Schott, 
New York. 

Miserere. From Verdi's "II Trovatore." 
Paraphrase de concert. By Charles 
Kunkel. [For piano.] St. Louis, Kun- 
kel bros. (1898. no. 24565, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 166 

Copyright by Kunkel bros., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Miss Malinda Lightfoot Lou. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by Dave 
Reed, j r. Ne w York, George L. Spauld- 
ing. (1898, no. 19651. Mar. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) ' 167 

Copvright by G. L. Spaulding. New 
York. 

Moto perpetno. The humming bird. By 
Edwin H. Pierce. For violin and piano. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. (1898, 
no. 23649, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 168 

Copvright by E. H. Pierce, Auburn, 
N.Y. 

Mountain Mary. Song and chorus. 
Words by J. \Y. Way land. jr. Music 
by A. B. Coffman. New Hope, Ya.. A. 
B. Coffman. (1898, no. 23546. Apr. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13. 1898.) 169 

Copyright by A. B. Coffman, New 
Hope. Va. 

Music (The) wedge. A collection oforig- 
inal exercises for sight singing, with 
original words. Books 1 and 2. By 
Mary Agnes Hayes. New York. The 
Music Wedge. (1898, no. 26577. Apr. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 1.0 

Copyright by M. A. Hayes, New 
York. 

My refuge and my guide. 1>\ E. E, 

Hewitt and L. O. Emerson. L898, no, 

23050, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. LI. 

1S98.) 17L 

Copyright by 11. Date, Chicago. 

Nature's hallelujah. A. servioe for chil- 
dren's day. Prepared h\ W. L.Mas 
New York, Goodenough A Wogloi 
(1898, no. 19290, Mar. '_•;>. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 172 

Copyright by \Y. 1.. Ma-. mi. 1": 
States. 



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Nella cantina a monte Caprino. Im wein- 
keller am moute Caprino. Lanza, 
per mandolino e pianoforte. Li Emil 
Fritzsck. op. 70. Leipzig, Gebruder 
Hug & co., [Ailaghi dell'alta Italia, 
no. 3.] (1898. no. 23883, Apr. 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 173 
Copyright by Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Nini, Ninette, Ninon. C h a n s o n e 1 1 e. 
Words by F. E. Weatherly. Music by 
Lionel Monckton. London, W., Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. (1898, no. 24085, Apr. 
16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 174 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don, W., England. 

No, no, it is not dying. By W. A. Ogden. 
(1898, no. 23060,' Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 175 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

No wedding bells for her. Words by 
George A. Norton. Music by James W. 
Casey. Boston, Evans music co. (1898, 
no. 21093, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 176 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Norma. Concert polka. For piccolo, 
with pianoforte accompaniment. Com- 
posed by James Farrell. New York, 
Boosey & co. (1898, no. 23585, Apr. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 177 
Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 

Norma. Grand fantasie on themes from 
Bellini's opera "Norma." Two score 
copies. Duet for 2 pianos. By Thal- 
b erg- Kunkel. St. Louis, Kunkel bros. 
(1898, no. 24567, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 178 

Copyright by Kunkel bros., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Not a sparrow falleth. By W. F. Mc- 
Cauley. (1898, no. 23066, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 179 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Notturno. Fur das klavier. Komponiert 

von Paul Juon. opus. 1. Berlin, Schle- 

singer'schen buch- u. musikhandlung. 

(Rob. Lineau.) [Sechsskizzen. no. 2.] 

(1898, no. 23874, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 15,1898.) 180 

Copyright by Schlesinger'sehenbuch- 

u. musikhandlung. (R. Lineau.) 

Berlin, Germany. 

Now May again. Mendelssohn. Compiled 
by S. Lasar. For female voices. New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898, no. 
23550, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 181 

Copyright by W. A. Pond co., New 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

O God most high. Stadler. Arranged. 
(1898, no. 23078, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 182 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

O lamb of God. J. B. Calkins. Arranged. 
(1898, no. 23056, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898. ) 183 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

O mighty One. (O maitre de tout.) 
Words by Aruiand Silvestre. Englished 
by Chas. Fontevn Manney. Music by 
John P. Marshall. Boston, Oliver Dit- 
son co. (1898, no. 23741. Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 184 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

O praise the Lord. Anthem. By E. K. 
Heyser. Logansport, Ind., Home music 
co. (1898, no. 23123, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 185 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 

O Savior, dear Savior. Solo and quar- 
tet. By G. Thring and F. Schubert. 
Arranged b v Vv . A. O. ( 1898, no. 23071, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

186 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Oh! men of the Maine. Patriotic song. 
Words and music bv Wm. W. Atkinson, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 13708, Feb. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 187 

Copyright by W. W. Atkinson, Phila- 
delphia. 

Old veteran march. Band. Arranged by 
G. D. Barnard. Cincinnati, Ohio, John 
Church co. (1898, no. 23133, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 188 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio/ 

On the banks of the Wabash far away. 

Dresser, no. 5021, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

23933. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 189 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N.J. 

On the levee. (An African two-step.) 
Band. By Milt H.Hall. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, John Church co. (1898, no. 23132, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

190 
Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

On the merry-go-round. For the piano. 

By J. A. Demuth. op. 15, no. 5. New 

York, P. L. Jung. (1898, no. 23724, Apr. 

14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 191 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New 

York. 



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Organists' album for the church and 
home. v.3. By D. F. Stillman. [Ed. 
Eohltiug. no. 40.] (1898, no. 23639, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

192 
Copy right hy Rohlfmg sons' music 
co , Mihvaukee, Wis. 

Osiris. March, two-step. By Clara Eliz- 
abeth Taylor. [For piano.] Wash- 
ington, D.'C, Henry White. (1898, no. 
23291, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 193 

Copyright by C. E. Taylor, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Our flag. March. By Thomas F. Shan- 
non. Piano. New York, Shannon & 
co. (1898, no. 24147, Apr. 16. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 194 

Copyright by T. F. Shannon, New 
York. 

Our United States. A national song. 
Words by Abraham Rudy. Music by 
George C. Bender. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
A. Rudy. (1898, no. 22330, Apr. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 195 

Copyright by A. Rudy, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 

Over the way. Words by Catherine 
Elwes Thomas. Music by John P. 
Marshall. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
( 1898, no. 23742, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 196 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Overland march. For orchestra. By 
Robert G. Morse. Boston, E. C. Rams- 
dell. (1898, no. 22677, Apr. 9. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 197 

Copyright by E. C. Ramsdell, Bos- 
ton. 

Pagode (Die). Kleine klavierstucke. 
Yon Theodor Gerlach. op. 17. Magde- 
burg, Heinrichshofen'sverlag. [Nipps- 
achen (Nippes), no. 1.] (1898, no. 23879, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

198 
Copyright by Heinrichshofen's ver- 
lag, Magdeburg, Germany. 

* Papa, be a Christian. Words by Mrs. 
Grace Weiser Davis. Music by Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. [n. i.] (1898,110.6915, 
Jan. 20. 2 copies rec'd .Ian. 20. 1898.) 

199 
Copyright by W. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 

Parting and meeting. A four-part song. 
By B. S. Montgomery. Arranged by 
J.L. llatton. Boston, Ginn & co. [The 
Coda. no. 221,] ( 1898, no. 22678, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 200 

Copyright by Ginn & co.. Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

Penumbra. Vals para piano. Por Bias 
Morales. Mexico, A. Wagner v Levi en. 
(1898, no. 23578, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) ' 201 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Petite valse. Fiir das klavier. Kom- 

poniert von Paul Juon. opus 1. Berlin, 

Schlesinger'schen buch- u. musik- 

handlung. (Rob. Lineau.) [Sechs 

skizzen. no. 6.] (1898, no. 23878, Apr. 

15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 202 

Copyright by Schlesinger'schen 

buch- u. musikhandlung. (R. 

Lineau.) Berlin, Germany. 

Pilgrim (The) and stranger. Mixed 
chorus or quartet. By Frederic H. 
Pease. Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 24003, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 203 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Pink schottische. Composed by A. H. 
Ro Sewig. For pianoforte. Chicago, 
National music co. (1898, no. 16969, 
Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

204 
Copyright by National music co., 
Chicago. 

Poeuf ! Vals por mi. Mexico, A.Wagner 
y Levien. (1898, no. 23581, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 205 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy. Chi- 
cago. 

Pompeii (La). Conservatory study. By 

Lillie Frame. op. Lodii Christart. 

Series epic, [n. i.] (1897, no. 69843, Dec. 

15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898. ) 206 

Coj)yrightbv L. Frame. Parkersburg, 

W. Va. 

Potpourri nach motiven der operette 
"Das krokodil." Von Oscar Walther. 
Musik von Adolph Ferron. Ansgabe 
fiir grosses orchester. Leipzig, Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L5, l s ° s 

207 
Copyright by J. H. Zinnuennann. 
Leipzig. Germany. 

Praise to Thee. l'»y 1.. 0. Emerson, 
no. 23065, Apr. 11, 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

11,1898.) 

Copyright b\ 11. Pate. Chicago. 

Prelude. By S. Rachmaninoff, op. 3, no, 
2. Edited by VVm. Anns Fisher. Bos- 
ton, 01i\ er Ditson co. 

Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Aor. I I 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. ' 



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Pride of the nation march. By Arthur 
H. Clarke. Trenton, N. J., C.' H. Wal- 
ton & eo. (1898, no. 23260, Apr. 12. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 210 

Copyright by C. H. Walton & co., 
Trenton, N. J. 

Pronounced you man and wife. Song 
and chorus. Composed by Pauline 
Gerst. Pittsburg, Pa., Basler's music 
house. (1898. no. 24142,Apr. 16, 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 211 

Copyright by P. Gerst, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pure and peaceful. Consecration. AVords 
and music by Palmer Hartsoagh, [n. 
i.] [Christian endeavor May day.] 
(1898, no. 23987, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 212 

Copyright by P. Hartsough, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Eeading's sesqui-centenni al hymn. 
Words and music by Theo. I. Heiz- 
manu, [n. i.] (1898, no. 8711, Jan. 29. 2 
copies rec d Apr. 11, 1898.) ' 213 

Copyright by T. I. Heizmann, Head- 
ing, Pa. 

Begal (The) mandolin and guitar folio. 
Arranged by Dave Brandamour. Chi- 
cago. National music co. (1898, no. 9829, 
Feb. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

214 
Copyright by National music co., 
Chicago. 

Eipples from Lake Chaicot. Waltz. By 
Eva Johnston Saunders. Lake Village, 
Ark., E. J. Saunders. (1898, no. 23660, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

215 
Copyright by E. J. Saunders, Lake 
Village, Ark. 

Eock of ages. Anthem for mixed voices. 
By Gwilym Davies. no. 1993. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, John Church co. (1898, no. 
23755, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec"d Apr. 14, 
1898.) " 216 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Eoscoe (The) military band. March. By 
B. W. Hall. [For* band.] Gillespie, 
Pa,, E. W. Hall music co. (1898, no. 
16371, Mar. 10. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 217 

Copyright by E. W. Hall music co., 
Gillespie, Pa. 

Eose (The) I plucked for you. Words 
by Arabella Ward. Music by Arthur 
E. Fisher. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 23774. Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) ' 218 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 



Eose waltz. Composed by A. H. Eo 
Sewig. Pianoforte. Chicago, National 
music co. (1898, no. 16970, Mar. 12. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 219 

Copyright by National music co., 
Chicago. 
Eoseleaf. Morcean de salon for the 
piano. By Eichard Goerdeler. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 
23716, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 220 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Salve regina. (Son of the highest 
heaven.) By F. Brueschweiler. op. 23. 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 
23739, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 221 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Scherzo-capriccioso. (Reissiger.) Piano 

composition. By Anton Rubinstein. 

St. Louis, Kunkel bros. (1898, no. 

24568, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 222 

Copyright by Kunkel bros., St. Louis, 

Mo. 

Selections from "Carmen." Arranged 

for mandolin club by Eichard L. 

Weaver. Philadelphia, Graupner & 

Meyer. (1898, no. 23281, Apr. 12. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 223 

Copyright by Graupner & Meyer, 

Philadelphia. 

Serenade. For the piano. By J. Arthur 

Demuth. op. 17, no. 6. New York, 

P. L. Jung. (1898, no. 23729, Apr. 14. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 224 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 

Seven sentences. By Mrs. Crosby Adams. 
[Voices in unison.] Chicago, Clayton 
F. Summy. [Summy's octavo eds. no. 
80.] (1898, no. 23985, Apr. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 225 

Copyright by C. F. Summy, Chicago. 

She chews gum*. Words and music by 
T. J. Briner. Eeading, Pa., T. J. 
Briner. (1898, no. 20700, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 226 

Copyright by T. J. Briner, Eeading, 
Pa. 
Shout the tidings, Cuba 's free. March 
and song. Words and music by E. 
Ninian. New York, N. E. Byers. (1898, 
no. 20681, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 227 

Copyright by N. E. Byers, New York. 
Singing as we go. By P. W. Blackmer. 
Translated by S. Baring-Gould. (1898, 
no. 22952, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 228 

Copyright by P. W. Blackmer, Chi- 
cago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Coxtix c.i.d. 



Titles — Continued. 

Softly the shadows of evening are falling. 
Song - . Words and music by Mary Nich- 
olson. New York, K. Dehnhoff. (1898, 
no. 23395, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
13, 1898. ) 229 

Copyright by M. Nicholson, United 
States. 

Soldier's evening hymn. By Laura F. 
Yolkmar. Baltimore. Md., Gibson, 
Glaser & co. (1898, no. 23654, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 230 

Copyright by L. F. Yolkmar, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Soldier's farewell kiss. A nation's song. 
Words and music by Rudolph C. Hart- 
leb. Baltimore, Md., Geo. Willig & co. 
(1898, no. 24004, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 231 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Sollozos de corazon. Soupirs de cceur. 
Yals por Ignacio C. Mercado. no. 12. 
(Nuevas piezas de baile.) Mexico, A. 
Wagner y Levien. (1898, no. 23579, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14,1898.) 

232 
Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Something Jesus gave me. Solo and 
quartet. By G. W. Hinsdale and W. A. 
Ogden. (1898, no. 23089, Apr. 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 233 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Sonate dramatique. Pour piano et vio- 
loncelle. By R. Strohl. Paris, Enoch 
& cie. (1898, no. 24084, Apr. 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 234 
Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris, 
France. 

Song (A) of the Maine. Words by Ida 
Evans Haines. Music bv Harriet Hay- 
den Hayes, [n.i.] (1898, no. 23655. 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14,1898.) 

235 
Copyright by I. E. Haines and H. H. 
Hayes, Chicago. 

Song (A) of the seasons. Words by Aus- 
tin Dobson. Music by A L. Barnes. 
New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 
(1898, no. 23920, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 23(5 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Spontaniaj or, the dream of C. Nan 
Brunt. Words by Howard Coonlo\ . 
Music by John A.' Loud, [n.i.] (1898, 
no. 23393, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
13,1898.) 237 

Copyright by .). A. Loud. Chelsea, 
Mass. 



Titles — Continued. 

Spring calls to the flowers. Song, in C. 
London, W., Forsyth bros. (1898,no. 
23888. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) 238 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., London, 
W., England. 

Vocal duet. Words by G.Whyte. 

Music by G. Yilla. London. W., For- 
syth bros. (1898, no. 23887. Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 239 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., London, 
W., England. 

Spring morning. Abt. Compiled for fe- 
male voices by S. Lasar. New York, 
Win. A. Pond &, co. (1898, no. 23552; 
Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 

240 
Copyright by W. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Stahl's (Wrn.C.) new mandolin method. 
(Revised ed.) Milwaukee, Wis., Jo- 
seph Flanner. (1898,no. 23641, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 241 

Copyright by W. C. Stahl, U. S. 

Stars and stripes forever. Song. Words 
and music by John Philip Sousa. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, John Church co. (1*98, 
no, 24002, Apr, 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15, 1898.) 212 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Such as I have give I thee. Bv B. and F. 

W. Blake. (1898, no. 22951, Apr. 11. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 243 

Copyright by S. F.Waldron, Chicago. 

Summer girls. Reverie. By Annie E. 

West. Boston, Evans music co. (1898, 

no. 21153, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 244 

Copyright by AY. A.. Evans. Boston. 

Sunbeam sonu'. By Mrs. A. C. Blodgett. 

(1898. no. 22953. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898. ) 245 

Copyright by P. W. Blaekmer, Chi- 
cago. 

Sun of my soul. By J. Keble and 1'.. K. 
Heyser. (1898. no. 23063, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. ) 2 Id 

Copyright i>\ 11. Date, Chicago. 

Sure (The) refuge, By C. Wesley and YV. 
A. Ogden. (1898, no. 23074, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 1 1. L898 217 

Copyright by 11. Pate. Chicago. 

Susette. [March song. 1 Words and 
music bv Barney Pagan. New York, 

M. Witiuark A sons. | L898. no. 
Apr. 15. 2 copies reo'd \pi 

Copyright by M. Witmart a - 
New York. 



124 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sweet comforter. Dirge. By B. O.Wor- 
rell. [Band.] Cincinnati, John Church ' 
co. (1898, no. 23547, Apr. 13. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 249 ! 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Sweet the moments. Arrangement from 
Kothe. (1898, no. 23082, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. ) 250 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Swiss echoes. Gavotte concertant. By | 
Lillie Frame, op. Lodii Christart. 
Series epic, [n. L] (1897, no. 69842, Dec. j 
15. 2 copies reed Apr. 15, 1898.) 251 j 
Copyright by L. Frame, Parkersburg, 
W. Va. 

* Te Deum. For soli, chorus, and orches- 
tra. Composed by Charles Villier Stan- j 
ford. op. 66. Edition with piano score 
arranged by the composer. New York, 
Boosey & co. (1898, no. 21438. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 252 
Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 

Thanksgiving carol. Bv W. F. McCau- 
lev. (1898, no. 23084, Apr- 11. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 253 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

There were shepherds. By C. H. Gabriel. 
(1898, no. 23064, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 254 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

This same Jesus. Bv F. R. Havergal. 
Arranged by Michalek. ( 1898, no. 23081, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 

255 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Thou art like a flower. (Die blume.) 
For 2 mandolins, or violin and guitar. 
Arranged by Chas. J. Dom. op. 43.. 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 
23719, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 256 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Thou sweet gliding Kedron. Bv J. L. 
Orr. (1898, no. 23077, Apr. 11. * 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 257 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Till dig, O Jesus, vill jag fly. Ord af 
Hjalmar Sundquist. Musik af A. L. 
Skoog. Minneapolis, Minn., Skoog 
pub. co. [Gittit. Apr., 1898, no. 4.] 
(1898, no. 23666, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 258 

Copyright by A. L. Skoog, Minneap- 
olis, Minn. 



Titles — Continued. 

Turn her not away. Words by Daniel 
W. Gallagher. Music by Frederick T. 
Strachan. Boston, Nemo pub. co. 
(1898, no. 23396, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 259 

Copyright by D. W. Gallagher, Bos- 
ton. 

Ultimo (El) beso. Vals. PorlgnacioC. 
Mercado. (Nuevas piezas debaile.) no. 
11. Mexico, A. Wagner y Levien. (1898, 
no. 23580, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
14,1898.) 260 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

Uncle Sam's wide awake march. By 
H. C. Havward. (1898, no. 22923, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 261 
Copyright by H. C. Hayward, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Union jack march. A patriotic march. 
Composed by Dan. Emerson. Piano. 
Baltimore, Geo. Willig & co. (1898, no. 
24177, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 262 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more. Md. 

Up with Old Glory. National song. 
Words and music by Henry Guernsey. 
Worcester, Mass , the Mason & Risch 
vocal ion co., ltd. (1898, no. 23404, Apr. 
13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 263 
Copyright by Henry H. Mason, 
U.S. 

Valse lente. For the piano. By J. Ar- 
thur Demuth. op. 18, no. 5. New York, 
P. L. Jung. (1898, no. 23730, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 264 

Copyright bv P. L. Jung, New 
York. 

Vesuvius march. A new two-step. op. 
Lodii Christart. Series mystic, [n. i.] 
(1897, no. 70925, Dec. 17. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898 ) 265 

Copyright by Jos. W. Phillips, Park- 
ersburg, W. Va, 

Violin studies for the young, with second 
violin part for the teacher. By Rich- 
ard Scholz. op. 8. Exercise no. 1, open 
strings, minims, or half-notes. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hart el. (18S8, no. 23884, 
Apr. 15. 2 coj)ies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

266 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Voice (The) of Jesus. By H. Bonar. Ar- 
ranged from A. S. Sullivan. (1898, no. 
28086, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) " 267 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Waldes-zauber. (Les enchantements de 
la foret.) Piano. Par C. Sehwerzel, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 23357, Apr. 13. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 268 

Copyright by Carlo Sehwerzel, Leip- 
zig, Germany. 

Wanders night song. Hiller. Compiled 
by S. Lasar for female voices. New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898, no. 
23549, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 269 

Copyright by W. A. Pond & co.. 
New York. 

We hail the queen. Duet. Words and 
music by Palmer Hartsough, [n. i.] 
[Christian endeavor May day.] (1898, 
no. 23988, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 270 

Copyright by P. Hartsough, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

*What shall I do with Jesus? Words by 

G. H. Broening. Music by Geo. T. Kirk- 

patrick, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6914, Jan. 20. 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 271 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

When daylight dies. Words by A. B. 
English. Music by Arthur E. Fisher. 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 
23743, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 
1898.) 272 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 

When love is done. Song for low or 
mezzo voice. By S. Archer Gibson. 
Baltimore, Md., Gibson, Glaser & co. 
(1898, no. 23664, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 273 

Copyright by Gibson, Glaser & co., 
Baltimore, Md. 

When the radiant beams of day. By 
E. K. Hevser. ( 1898, no. 23070, Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) ' 274 

Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

*When you do de rag time dance. Intro. 
"Mister Johnny Wise." Schottische. 
By Harry von Tilzer. Arranged by L. 
Thomas. [For orchestra. ] New York, 
Standard music co. (1898, no. 14348, 
Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 

275 
Copyright by Grasmuk & Schott, 
New York. 



! Where the waters roam so free. Quartet 
for mixed voices. Words and music 
by Chas. M. Thompson. Lafayette, 
Ind., Echo music co. (1898,110.23135, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1*9*. ; 

276 
Copyright by Echo music co., Lafay- 
ette, Ind. 

Whither art thou going? By K.Came- 
ron and W. A. Ogden. (1898, no. 23087, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

277 
Copyright by H. Date, Chicago. 

Wie schon bist du. Bv H. Weidt. Man- 
dolin and piano. (1898, no. 23048, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 278 

Copyright by H. F. Odell & co., Bos- 
ton. 
With a satisfied expression on her face 
Words by Jere O'Halloran. Music by 
Chas. Bendix. New York, M.Witmark 
& sons. (1898, no. 24021, Apr. 15. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 279 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Wreck (The) of the Maine. Song and 
refrain. Words by Samuel E. McLean. 
Music by Horace R. Basler. Pittsburg, 
Pa., BasleFs music house. (1898, no. 
24113, Apr. 16, 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 280 

Copyright by McLean & Forsyth. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

You're not quite up to your 'phone: or. 
Mrs. Johnson's chickens. Series friv- 
olity , [n . i . ] (1898. n o . 70925. D ec. 17. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 281 

Copyright by Jos. W. Phillips. Par- 
kersburg, W. \'a. 

Zanita. Valse espaua. By T. A. Met/. 

New York, Willis Woodward A: co. 

(1898, no. 23091, Apr. 11. 2 < opies rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 282 

Copyright by W. Woodward A co., 

New York. 

Zenda waltzes* By, Frank M. Witmark. 
Duett. Arranged by F. W. Meacham. 
[For piano.] New York. M. Witmark 
A sons. (1898, no. 24014, A.pr. 
copies rec'd Apr, 15. L898.) 
Copyright by M. Witmark A - 
New York. 

7th F. S. artillery march. By E. C. 
Ramsdell. Band. Boston,E.C.K 
dell. (1898, no. L7481, Mar. L4. 2 < 
rec'd Apr. 11. L898.) 284 

Copyright by F. C. Ramsdell, B< - 



126 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

For index of proprietors 



(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title 

Catalogue.) 



end of 



Titles. 

Alamosa, Conejos county, Colo. Mar., 
1898. (1898. no. 24030. Apr. 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.') 1 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 



Mar., 1898. 
copies rec'd 

9 



Argos, Marshall county, Ind. 
("1898, no. 23762, Apr.' 14. 2 

Apr. 14, 1898.) 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 

Dak. Mar., 

12. 2 copies 

3 

Perris map 



Canton, Lincoln county, S. 
1898. (1898, no. 23310, Apr. 
rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 

Copyright by Sanborn 
co., ltd., New York. 

Chester, Chester county, S. C. Mar., 
1898. (1898, no. 23761. * Apr. 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 4 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 

Clarksville, Tenn. Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 

23760, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 

1898.) 5 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Coal City, Grundy county. 111., including 

Carbon hill. March, 1898. (1898, no. 

24029, .Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) _ 6 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Crested Butte, Gunnison county, Colo., 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 23759, 'Apr. 14. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Fairport, Monroe county, N. Y., including 

Penfield, N. Y.. Mar.', 1898. (1898,. no. 

22487, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16 

1898.) 8 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Farmer City, Dewitt county, 111., Mar. 

1898. (1898, no. 24027, Apr." 15. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Fitchburg City. (1898, no. 16578, Mar. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by L. J. Richards & co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

* Fitchburg railroad and connections. 
Hoosac tunnel route. (1898, no. 19658, 
Mar. 25. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898.) 

11 
Copyright by Fitchburg R. R. co., 
Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

Franklin, Warren county, Ohio. Mar. 

1898. (1898, no. 23769, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14, 1> 98.) 12 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Gardner, Grundy county, 111., Mar.. 1898. 

Insurance maps. (1898, no. 24188, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 13 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.. New York. 

Glenwood Springs, Garfield county, Colo. 

Mar.. 1898. (1898. no. 23768. Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 14 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Greenwich. Washington county. N. Y. 

Mar., 1898. ( 1898, no. 24189, Apr. 16. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 15 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Lauriiiburg, Richmond county, N. C. 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 23767, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14. 1898. ) 16 

Copyright by Sanborn Perris map co., 

ltd.. New York. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 1898. Official map of 
the county. (1898, no. 23939, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) ' 17 

Copyright by E. T. Wright, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 

Louisburg, Franklin county, N. C. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 23766, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co. ; 

ltd., New York. 

Monte Yista. Rio Grande county, Colo. 

Mar., 1898. (1898. no. 23765, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 19 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Newark, Wavne county. N.Y. Mar., 1898. 

(1898, no. 24190, Apr.^ie. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16,1898.) 20 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Pekin, Tazewell county, 111. Mar., 1898. 

(1898, no. 23774, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 14, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co , 

ltd., New York. 

Philadelphia. Insurance maps of the 

suburbs, y. 1. (1898, no. 23592, Apr. 14. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by Ernest Hexamer & son, 

Philadelphia. 



127 

MAPS AND CHARTS-Contixued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Philmont and Mellenville, Columbia 

county. X. Y. Mar.. 1898. (1898. no. 

24028. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) 23 

Copyright by Sanborn -Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 

Plymouth. Marshall county, Ind. Mar., 

1898. (l898,no. 23773, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Poutotoc, Pontotoc countv, Miss. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 23772, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Saguache, Saguache county, Colo. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 23771, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris inap 

co., ltd., New York. 

Sidney, Champaign county, 111. Mar., 

1898". (1898, no. 23764, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. II, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 



Ti t les — C on t i n u e d . 

Tomahawk, Lincoln county, "Wis. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 23770. Apr. 14. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 



Westfieid, Clark county. 111. Mar.. 1898. 

(1898, no. 23763, Apr .14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 14, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 



West Virginia-Virginia, Rand, Mc- 
Nally new railroad and county map. 
(1898.no. 21280, Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 2, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 



Worcester county, Mass. Road map. 

(1898, no. 16577. Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by L. J. Richards & co., 

Springfield, Mass. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



But what a day for working. (1898, no. 

23315. Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) 1 

Copyright by Kepjder & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 

Checkmated. Painted bv Andrew C. 

Gow. Etched by E. Gaujean. (1898, 

no. 23208, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

12,1898.) 2 

Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons. 

New York. 

Coal is king in the far east. (1898, no. 

23311, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) 3 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

manu, New York. 

Cold water on his courtship. (1898, no. 

23326, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 
1898.) 4 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Coming down to business. ( L89S, no. 

23327, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L3, 
1898.) 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



Court costume. (1898, no. 23141. Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin. New 
York. 

Cuban (The) question. (1898, no. 22598, 
Apr. 9. 2 cojdes rec'd Apr. 13. 1898.) 7 
Copyright by Mary B.Martin, New 
York. 

Diagnosis (A) of Tommy's case, (1898, 
no. 23316, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
13, 1898. ) 

Copyright by Keppler A Schwarz- 
niann. New York. 

Diana. Painted bv 1.. Natlier. Etched 
bv A. Lamotte. I L898, no. 23209, Apr. 
12. 2 cop i es rec'd Apr. 12, 1- 9 

Copyright by Arthur Tooth A - 
New York. 

Dolly's dress. (1898, no. 24145, Apr. 16. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 18! - 
Copyright b^ A.. J. Robertson, Ne-w 
York. 



128 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Easter Sunday in New York two centu- 
ries ago. In "Life," no. 801, Apr. 14. 
1898. (1898, no. 23145. Apr. 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 11 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New i 
York. 

Full of grand marches and quicksteps. 
(1898, no. 23317, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd ■ 
Apr. 13,1898.) 12 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Hazelrigg. (Sincerely) (1898, no. 23332, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898.) 13 
Copj T right by John Hazelrigg, New 
York. 

He explains. (1898, no. 23319, Apr. 12. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 14 

Copyright by Keppler tfc Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 

Height (The) of absurdity. (1898, no. 

23320. Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) 15 

Copyright by Keppler & Sehwarz- 

manu, New York. 

He speaks his mind. (1898, no. 23325, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

16 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 

It's an ill wind. (1898, no. 23323, Apr. 12. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 

* Know thyself. (1898, no. 21976, Apr. 5. 
2 copies 'rec'd Apr. 5, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Herman Leroy, New 
York. 

Miscarried (A) love charm. (1898, no. 

23331. Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) 19 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, NewYork. 

Partv (The) at fault. (1898, no. 23312, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

20 
Copyright by Keppler & Sehwarz- 
manu, New York. 



Peace (The) maker. (1898, no. 23324, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 

21 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Remedy (A). (1898, no. 23330, Apr. 12. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 

Rural (The) standard. (1898, no. 23321, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 23 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niaun, New York. 

Satisfying a skeptic. (1898, no. 23318, 
Apr. 12. 2copiesrec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 24 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

" Spring is here.'' (In Life, Apr. 21, 1898. 

no. 802.) (1898, no. 24191, Apr. 16. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 25 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 

York. 

Suburbanite's (A) practical suggestion. 

(1898, no. 23313, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 13, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

lnann. New York. 

Suspicions aroused. (1898, no. 23328, Apr. 
12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 27 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Sympathetic advice. (1898, no. 23322, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 28 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Wheelman's (The) serenade. (1898, no. 

23314. Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) 29 

Copyright by Keppler & Sehwarz- 

mann, New York. 

Wide (A) difference. (1898, no. 23329, 
Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 30 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



129 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Battle ship (The) Maine as she appeared 

before and during the explosion. 

(1898, no. 23557, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 14, 18980 1 

Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 

Battle ship (The) Maine before and after 

the explosion. (1898, no. 23558, Apr. 13. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 

Cards. N. Y. no. 8024. & sheet. (1898, 

no. 20636, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

13,1898.) 3 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Figure and lettering. (N. Y. no. 8009.) 

1 sheet. (1898, no. 20638, Mar. 31. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Interior side show. Design. (1898, no. 
24346, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) ' 5 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Jacksons (The). Eccentric stilt skaters. 
Design. (1898, no. 22968, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Lee (Gen. Fitzhugh), IT. S. consul at 
Havana, (1898, no. 23147, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 12, 189s.) 7 

Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 

Mysterious globe. Design. (1898, no. 
22969, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 8 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Race dogs. Design. (1898, no. 22963, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 9 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., New 
York. 
Revolving trapeze. Design. (1898, no. 
22964, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 10 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N.Y. 
Spectacular ballet. Design. (1898, no. 
22966, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 11 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. V. 
Squad of Cuban insurgents. Design. 
(1898, no. 22960, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898. ) 12 

Copyright by Courier litho. co.. Hut- 
fa lo, N. Y. ' 



Titles — Continued. 

Stand. (N. Y.,uo. 7991.) 28 sheet. (189*, 

no. 16864, Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

16,1898.) 13 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(N. Y., no. 8008). 28 sheet. (1898, 

no. 19189, Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 14 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Statuary act. Design. (1898, no. 24345, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 

15 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Stickney (Robert, jr.), bareback rider. 
Design. (1898, no. 22967, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 16 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Bicyclists. (1898, no. 22965, Apr. 11. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. ' 

Stirk family. Design. (1898, no. 22959, 
April 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

18 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Strong man act. Design. (1898, no. 
22961, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 19 

Copyright by Courier litho. co.. Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

v TheyTule the world. (1898, no. 19866, 
Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898. 

20 
Copyright by George Ripley Jones, 
Boston. 

Torpedo-boat destroyer. '• Mayllower." 

(1898, no. 24192, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by G. H. Buek, Now 

York. 

Yard of roses, no. 7. (1898, no. 23559, 
Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd A.pr. 13, 1898.) 

22 

Copyright by Taber- Prang an CO., 
boston. 

Yucca (Madame). Strong woman. De- 
sign (1898, no. 22962, Apr. 11. 2 c< 
rec'd Apr. ll. L898.) 
Copyright by Courier litho. co . 

falo. N. Y. ' 



130 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued . 



Adams (Henry Austin), nos. 1-4. (1898. 

nos. 23792-23795. Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 13,1898.) 1-4 

Copyright by Robert H. Scliachfc, 

Boston. 

"Aldus and Caxton." (1898, no. 23670. 
- Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

5 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Annapolis, U. S. X. nos. 804-804«. (1898. 

nos. 2 1043-24044, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 16. 1898.) 6-7 

Copyright by J. S. Johnson, New 

York. 

As good as gold. 2201. (1898. no. 18881. 

Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 8 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia, Pa. 

Ascension (The). (1898, no. 23945, Apr. 
15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15. 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Ashley (Minnie), no. 34. (1897. no. 33103. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 10 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

no. 35. (1897, no. 33104. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Bird's-eye view of Port Wrangel, Alaska, 
no. 385. (1898, no. 24234, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by Winter & Pond, Ju- 
neau, Alaska. 

Blanchard (Mrs. Frederick AY.) (1898, 

no. 23798, Anr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

14,1898.) 13 

Copyright by George Steckei, Los 

Angeles. Cal. 

Bov with torn hat. (1898. no. 23565. Apr. 
13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) ' 14 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron. 
Boston. 
Bridal veil falls. Webber's canon. 
(1898, no. 24212, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 
Canon of the Y'ellowstone. (1898. no. 
24207, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 16 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. Mich. 

Castle geyser. (1898. no. 24197. Apr. 16. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 



Cheney canopy, no. 1. [Front view. J 

(1898, no. 23677. Apr. 14. Blue print 

copies on file Apr. 14, 1898.) 18 

Copvright bv C. B. Canfield. New 

York. 

no. 2. [End view.] (1898, no. 23678, 

Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 
[Bine prints.] 19 

Copyright l>v C. B. Canfield, New 
York; 

Chief Shake's totem. Wrangel, Alaska, 
no. 388. (1898. no. 24230, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Winter & Pond, Ju- 
neau. Alaska. 

Choate (Hon. Joseph H.) nos. 1-5. (1898, 

nos. 23786-23790. Apr. 1. 2 copies each 

rec'd Apr. 15. 1898. ) 21-25 

Copvright bv Kudolnh Wilhelm. New 

York. 

Cliff palace. Mesa Yerde. General view. 
(1898. no. 24211, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16,1898.) 26 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

"Come unto Me." Designed bv Frederick 
Wilson. (1898, no. 23414, Anr. 13. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Cortelyon (Geo. B.) Executive clerk to 

the President. (1898, no 2316S, Apr. 11. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. 28 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman. 

Arlino-ton. N. J. 



Crater of Grotto gevser. (1898. no. 24201, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

29 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. Mich. 

Design for colored-glass window. (1898, 
no. 23943. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.)' 30 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., 2sew Y'ork. 

Devil's (The) slide, Utah. (1898. no. 24210, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 

31 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. Mich. 

Dolphin, U. S. N. no. 816 B. (1898, no. 

24045. Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 

1898.) 32 

Copyright by J. S. Johnson, New 

York. 



131 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Easter morning." (1898, no. 23671, Apr. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 33 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Eclogue (An). 11 x 14. (1898, no. 23150, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

34 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Explosion of the U. S. B. Maine. 17638. 
(1898, no. 23676, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by Wni. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 
Evening. 11 x 14. (1898, no. 23149, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 36 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Fish Pot, Hot Spring, and Yellowstone 
park. (1898, no. 24203, Apr. 16. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Galland (Bertha), nos. 17-20. (1898, nos. 
23776-23779, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1898.) 38-41 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Garden of the gods. Balanced rock. 
(1898, no. 24213, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898. 4J 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Girl with white cap. 8x10. (1898, no. | 

23562, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, j 

1898.) 43 j 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, j 

Boston. 

18x22. (1898, no. 23155, Apr. 11. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Golden gate. (1898, no. 24194, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Great falls of the Yellowstone. (1898, no. I 
24209, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) ' 46 I 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Group of warships. Inner basin, Brook- 
lyn navy-yard. 17553. (1898, no. 23672, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. II, 1898.) 

47 
Copyright by Wm. H. Ran, Philadel- 
phia. 

Haworth (Joseph), no. 1. (1898, no. 23780, 

Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, L898.) IS 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Haworth (Joseph) and Bertha Galland. 
nos. 1-3. (1898, nos. 23781-23783, Apr. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.; 49-51 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Hobart (Garrett A.), Vice-President of 

the United States. (1898, no. 23171, 

Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Hunt (Frank). (1898, no. 23668, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 53 

Copyright by C. H. & J. Price, Salem, 
Mass. 

Hutchinson (Miss Katherine). no. 1. 

(1898, no. 23796, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 14, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by Elmer Chickering, 

Boston. 

Indian totems and graves, Wrangel, 
Alaska, no. 387. (1898, no. 24233, Apr. 
16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 55 
Copyright by Winter & Pond, Ju- 
neau, Alaska. 

Indiana (The) in battle. 17635. (1898, 
no. 23675, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
4, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jefferson (Thomas). 11x14. (1898. no. 

23152, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 57 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Jupiter and Minerva terraces. (1898. no. 
24200, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 58 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Lake Tahoe and Cave Rock, a898.no. 
24225, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 59 

Copyright by Photochrom co.. De- 
troit, Mich. 

Linck (Mary). (1898. no. 23797. Apr. II. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. ) 60 

Copyright by George Steckel, 1 oa 
Angeles. Cal. 

Lord's prayer. (1898, no. 22937, Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, L898.) 
Copyright by J. Bachelder, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Lulie. no. 7. (1898, no. 21969, Apr, 
copies rec'd Apr. 12. L898. 1 62 

Copyright by B. J. Falk. New Yo 

no. 8. (1898, no. 21970. Apr. 5. 2 

L6S rec'd Apr. 13. L898.) 

Copyright by B.J. Falk, New York. 



132 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Magdalene. 11x14. (1898, no. 23564, Apr. 
13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 64 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Main street, Wrangel, Alaska, no. 386. 
(1898, no. 24235, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16. 1898.) 65 

Copyright by Winter & Pond, Ju- 
neau, Alaska. 

Midnight (The) ride of Paul Revere on 

the night of the 18th of Apr., 1775. 

(1898, no. 23418, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 13, 1898.) 66 

Copyright by Cyrus Cobb, Boston. 

Minnehaha falls, nos. 107, 108. (1898. nos. 

24066, 24067, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 15, 1898. ) 67-68 

Copyright byB. T. Shipman, St Paul, 

Minn. 

Mission, San Antonio. (1898. no. 24223, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 69 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

General view. (1898, no. 24222, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 70 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Mission San Juan Capistrano. Interior 
of corridors. (1898. no. 24219, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

The corridors. (1898, no. 24218, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 72 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich! 

Mission San Luis Rey. Front. (1898, no. 
24217, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 
1898.) 73 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

From the cloisters. (1898. no. 24216, 

Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 74 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Mission Santa Barbara. (1898. no. 24221, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 75 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

In the garden. (1898, no. 24220. Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) ' 76 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich." 

Monterey. Mossbrae falls. (1898. no. 
24224. Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) " 77 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 



Morning glory (The) hot springs. (1898, 
no. 24196, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 78 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Mother and child. 18x22. (1898, no. 

23563. Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 

1898.) ' 79 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

"Mother Grundv." Clear Creek cation. 
(1898. no. 24215. Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 80 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. Mich. 



New (The) woman. (1897, no. 60886. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. ) 81 

Copyright by F. W. Paige, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 

Old Faithful geyser. (1898, no. 24206, 
Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 

82 
Copyright by Photocrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Old (The) road master. Clear Creek 
canon. (1898. no. 24214, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 83 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. Mich. 

On deck of the U. S. monitor Terror. 

(1898, no. 23173. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 11, 1898.) 84 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & AVyman, 

Arlington, NT. J. 

(1898, no. 23174, Apr. 11. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 85 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & YTynian, 
Arlington, N, J. 

Paint (The) pot. (1898. no. 24199, Apr. 
16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 86 
Copyright by Photocrom co., De- 
troit, Mich/ 

Paintina- and poetrv. (1898. no. 23560, 
Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. ) 87 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 



11 x 14. (1898, no. 23561, Apr. 13. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 88 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Parisian rose. (1898. no. 23941, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec"d Apr. 15, 1898.) 89 

Copyright by Williams-Davis-Brooks 
& Hinchman sons, Detroit, Mich. 

: Phcebe. 11 x 14. (1898. no. 23154, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 90 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 



133 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pulpit terraces. (1898, no. 24193, Apr. 16. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 91 

Copyright by Photoclirom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

(1898, no. 24205, Apr. 16. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich.' 

Pursuit of the ideal. 11x14. (1898, no. 
23151, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 



1898.) 



93 



Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Quigg (Lemuel K.) Member of congress 

from New York. (1898, no. 23170, Apr. 

11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 94 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, X. J. 

River (The) of life. Designed by Fred- 
erick Wilson. (1898, no. 23413, Apr. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 95 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Sapphire (The) hot spring. (1898, no. 
24195, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16. 
1898.) 96 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

" Sermon on the mount." (1898, no. 23669, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 97 | 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- J 
orating co., New York. 

Squadron A, N. G.S.N. Y. 1898. Chas. F. i 
Roe, commanding. (1898, no. 23791, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 98 I 
Copyright by D. H. Anderson, New 
York. 

*State of New York — assembly, 1898. 

(1898, no. 20528, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 30, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by Albany art union, 

Albany, N. Y. 

Stewart (William M.) U. S. senator from 

Nevada. (1898, no. 23169, Apr. 11. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 100 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Summit basin. Mammoth hot spTlDg, 
(1898, no. 24198. Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 101 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Tetons (The) from Jackson lake. (1898, 
no. 24204, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 102 

Copyright by Photochrom co.. De- 
troit, Mich. 



Titles— Continued. 

Three fates. 11 by 14. (1898, no. 23153, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. I 

103 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

To mansions in the sky. (1898, no. 23015, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

104 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Toadstool (The). 18 by 22. (1898, no. 
23148, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 105 

Copyright by Curtis &. Cameron, 
Boston. 
Tower falls. (1898, no. 24208, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898. ) 1 06 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich/ 

United States battle ship "Kentucky." 
17639. (1.) (1898,no.23673, Apr. 14.' 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898. ) 1 07 

Copyright by Wni. H. Ran. Phila- 
delphia. 

(2.) (1898, no. 23674, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 14. 1898.) 108 

Copyright by Wm. H. Ran, Phila- 
delphia. 
U. S. battle ship Maine, officers, and Gen. 
Lee. Q898, no. ^3409, Apr. 13. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by Providence albertype 
co., Providence, R. 1. 

United States monitor Terror. (1898, no. 

23172, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 110 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Terror. (1898, no. 23175. Apr. 11. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898. ) 111 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyuuui, 
Arlington, N. J. 

Unloading Yukon outfits at the month 
of the Stickeen river, Alaska, no. 392. 
(1898, no. 24236, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) L12 

Copyright by Winter & Pond. Ju- 
neau. Alaska. 

Unloading Yukon outfits at the mouth 
of Stickeen river, Alaska. no 
(1698, no. 24232, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 16, 1898.) 113 

Copyright by Winter A Pond, Ju- 
neau. Alaska. 

Unloading Yukon outfits at Wrangel 
whari; Alaska. no. 389. I s 8 
24231, Apr. 115. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 1U 

Copyright by Winter A Pond, Ju- 
neau. Alaska. 



134 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Unloading Yukon outfits at Wrangel 
wharf; Alaska, 110. 391. (1898, no. 
24229, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 
1898.) 115 

Copyright by Winter & Pond, Ju- 
neau. Alaska. 

Yaliant (The) woman. (1898, no. 23912, 
April 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

116 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wisdom, truth, and knowledge guarding 
the temple of fame. Designed bv Fred- 
erick Wilson. (1898. no. 23112, Apr. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 117 

Copyright by Tiffany <>lass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 

Yellowstone lake from hotel landing. 
(1898. no. 24202, Apr. 16. 2 conies rec'd 
Apr. 16. 1898.) 118 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. Mich. 



IX. FIXE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Adoration (The) of the magi. (1898, no. 
23678, Apr. 14. Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 1 
Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 

Ascension (The). (1898, no. 23679, Apr. 
14. Rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 

Baby in the cradle. (1898, no. 22940, 
Apr. 11. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 3 
Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bust (The) figure of an old-time beadle 
with a white patch in the form of a 
cross on his right cheek. After the 
character of "A foxy quiller," etc. 
(1898, no. 23264. Apr. 12. Photograph 
on file Apr. 12, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 

Celebration. (1898, no. 23419, Apr. 13. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by American fine art co , 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Central (The) figure is that of a fox 
having a large feather in his mouth, 
surrounded by five young foxes all 
leaping up to catch the feather, etc. 
(Photograph on file Apr. 12, 1898.) 6 
Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 

Content. (1898, no. 23801, Apr. 14. Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by M. O'Brien & son, 
Chicago. 



Design for a sarcophagus monument. 

no. 435. (1898, no. 20524, Mar. 30. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by Joseph Pajean, Chi- 



— no. 436. (1898, no. 20523, Mar. 30. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Joseph Pajean, Chi- 



Design for shaft monument, no. 437. 
(1898. no. 20522, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 30, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by Joseph Pajean, Chi- 
cago. 

Faith. (1898, no. 23800, Apr. 14. Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by M. O'Brien & son, Chi- 
cago. 

Female (A) figure partially clad in flow- 
ing drapery, seated upon a winged lion. 
(1898, no. 23420, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 

Homeward wending. (1898, no. 23799, 
Apr. 14. Rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by M. O'Brien & son, Chi- 
cago. 

Love triumphant. (1898, no. 23210, Apr. 

12. Photograph on file Apr. 12, 

1898.) 14 

Copyright by George Frederick 

Watts, England. 



135 

FINE ARTS— Coxtixi-ed. 



Titles — Continued. 

Madonna. (1898, no. 23353, Apr. 13. Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich. 



Portrait of a beautiful young woman with 
hair arranged in a fluffy manner and 
decorated with a rose on one side, etc. 
(1898, no. 23263, Apr. 12. Photograph 
on hie Apr. 12. 1898.) 16 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Profile bust figure of a Spanish Don with 
a fierce expression and wearing a huge 
ruff around his neck, and a peculiar 
high crowned Spanish hat with wide 
brim. (1898, no! 23265, Apr. 12. Pho- 
tograph on file Apr. 12, 1898. ) 17 
Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 

" 1900." (1898, no. 23680, Apr. 11. Rec'd 
Apr. 14, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Wilmuth Gary., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found. In <a>e8 
where the author and proprietor are one. the title will be found only in its place under the rubric 
"Books.") 



Adler (M. and F.), Omaha, Nebr. : 

Wegeiser zur trans-Mississippi und 
iiiternationalen ausstellnng. Oma- 
ha, Nebr., 1. Juni-1. November, 
1898. (Books: 2.) 
* Albany art union, Albany, N. Y. : 

State of New York — assembly, 1898. 
(Photograjdis.) 
Althouse (J. S.) & co., Reading. Pa. : 

Graphophone ( The) march. For piano 
solo. By Geo. H. Boyle. (Music.) 
American book co.,New York: 

Chaucer (G.) The prologue and the 
knightes tale. Edited by A. M. Van 
Dyke. [Eclectic English classics.] 
(Books: 1.) 
American fine art co., Milwaukee, Wis. : 
Celebration. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 
American kennel club, New York: 

American (The) kennel club stub 
book. Official, vol.11. Jan. 1 to 
Dec. 31, 1897. (Books: 1.) 
American litho. co., New York : 

Bust (The) iigure of an old-time 
beadle with a white patch in the 
form of a cross on his right cheek, 
after the character of "a foxy 
quiller," etc. (Fine arts : photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Central (The) figure is that of a fox, 
having a large feather in his 
mouth, surrounded by five young 
foxes all leaping up to catch the 
feather, etc. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting. ) 
Female (A) figure partially clad in 
flowing drapery seated upon a 
winged lion. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting. ) 
1(>D03— Vol. 15, No. L> 4 



American litho. co., New York: 

Portrait of a beautiful young woman 
with hair arranged in a fluffy man- 
ner and decorated with a rose on 
one side, etc. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Profile bust figure of a Spanish don 
with a fierce expression and wear- 
ing a huge ruff around his neck 
and a peculiar high-crowned Span- 
ish hat with a wide brim. I line 
arts: photograph of painting. 
Anderson (D. H.), New York: 

Squadron A, N. G. S. N. Y. 1898. 
Major Chas. F. Roe, commanding. 
(Photographs.) 
Andre (Johann), Offenbach. Germany : 
Ichliebedich in ewigkeit. Fur man- 
ner ch or. Von Carl Kieu-:. op. 69. 
(Music.) 
Appletou (D.) & co.. New York : 

("apes (B.) The lake of wine. 

(Books: 1.) 
Kovce (.1.) Studies of good and evil. 
(Books: 1.) 
Associated press. New York: 

Special Hong Kong letter. Hong- 
Kong, Mar. 16, L898, (Books ; 
Astin (Mattie S. >, Guthberfc, Ga. : 

Ep worth league. Grandmaroh. Sou- 
venir for tiie pianoforte. By Chas. 
Astin. (Music.) 
Mercerian (The) march. For the 
pianoforte. By Chas. Astin 
sic) 
Atkinson (Wm. \V.), Philadelphia : 
Oh! men of the Maine. Pa1 

song. Words ami music t>\ W ni. 
W. Atkinson. (Music) 
Baehelder (J.), Wilmington, Pol.: 
Lord's prayer. (Photograpl - 



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Baclieller syndicate. New York: 

Adye (F.) The master's mistake. 
[Hartford daily conrant, Mar. 16, 
and the Register, Mar. 13, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Cooley ( W. F. ) Master or missionary. 
[Hartford daily conrant, Feb. 24, 
and the Register, Feb. 25, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Foster (W. B.) The dumb pilot of 
Unst. [Hartford daily conrant, 
Mar. 1, and the Register, Mar. 2, 
1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Hoke (H. M.) Her forbidding an- 
cestor. [Hartford daily conrant, 
Mar. 19, and the Register, Mar. 17, 
1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Hudson (J. K.) Manuel ; a Cuban in- 
surgent. [Hartford daily conrant, 
Mar. 24, and the Register, Mar. 22, 
1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Reenan (H.F.) A feudal courtship. 
[Hartford daily conrant, Feb. 21, 
and the Register, Feb. 21, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Prescott (E. L.) C. 45. [Hartford 
daily courant, Mar. 29, and the Reg- 
ister, Mar. 23, 1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Remnitz (V. G.) Frivolous Polly. 
[Hartford daily courant, Mar. 7, 
and the Register, Mar. 6, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Underbill (Z. D.) The earl's wed- 
ding. [Hartford daily courant, 
Mar. 10, and the Register, Mar. 9, 
1898.] (Books: 3.) 
Bailey (L. H.), Ithaca, N. Y. : 

Bailey (L. H.) The pruning book. 
A monograph of the pruning and 
training of plants as applied to 
American conditions. New York, 
Macmillan co., 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York : 

Court costume. (Prints.) 
Banks & bros., New York : 

United States reports, v. 169, pt. 3. 
Feb. 15, 1898. pp. 385-576. (Books: 

1.) 
Barnes (Mary I.), Lacon, 111. : 

I'm come from de Souf. Words and 
music by M. I. Barnes. (Music.) 
Barr (Robert): 

Hoe (C.) Jennie Baxter, journalist. 
pt.5. (Books: 3.) 
Barron (T. Harry), New York : 

Columbia caucus march. Two-step. 
By T. H. Barron. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Belford, Middlebrook &. co., Chicago: 
Hawaiian (The) islands. Reproduc- 
tions of photographs. Travel se- 
ries, no. 26. pt. 3. The Hawaiian 
islands. (Books: 1.) 
Bennett (Sanford Fillmore), Richmond, 
111.: 

Bennett (S. F.) The pioneers. Anidyl 
of the middle-west. (Books: 1.) 



| Bennett (Win. Henry), New York : 

Bennett (W. H.) Bennett's cipher 
code for steamship owners, agents, 
and brokers. (Books: 1.) 
Benziger bros.,]Sew York: 

Dorsey (Ella L. ) Pickle and pepper. 
(Books: I.) 

Robertson (Esther). The World 
well lost. (Books: 1.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston : 

Boy (The) Samuel. Lesson 18. 
Children's course. Old Testament 
heroes, v. 8. Primary lessons and 
cards. (The Bible study union, or 
Blakeslee, lessons.) (Books: 2.) 

David and Jonathan. Lesson 21. 
Children's course. Old Testament 
heroes, v. 8. Primary lessons and 
cards. (The Bible study union, or 
Blakeslee, lessons.) (Books: 2.) 

David the shepherd boy. Lesson 20. 
Children's course. Old Testament 
heroes, v. 8. Primary lessons and 
cards. (Bible study union, or 
Blakeslee, lessons.) (Books: 2.) 

Old Testament heroes. Primary 
monthly, v. 8. Lessons 18-21. no. 
5. (The Bible study union lessons.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Samuel the judge. Lesson 19. Chil- 
dren's course. Old Testament he- 
roes, v. 8. Primary lessons and 
cards. (The Bible study union, or 
Blakeslee, lessons.) (Books: 2.) 
i Binder (I. G.), Chicago : 

Preferred (The) indemnity ass'n of 
America. (Books: 2.) 
! Blackman (O.), U. S. : 

Graded songs. no. 6. For high 
schools, seminaries, musical con- 
ventions, and choral societies. By 
O. Blackman. (Music book.) 
Blackmer (P. W.), Chicago: 

Singing as we go. By P. W. Black- 
mer. Translated by S. Baring- 
Gould. (Music.) 

Sunbeam song. By Mrs. A. C. Blod- 
gett. (Music.) 
Bliss (S. L.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Brooklyn blue book and Long Island 
society register. 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Blount (Edward A., jr.), Nacogdoches, 
Tex. : 

Blount (E. A., jr.). Poems. (Books: 
1.) 
Bonner's (Robert) sons, New York: 

Cobb (Sylvanus, jr.). The bandit of 
Syracuse. A novel. [The Ledger 
library, no. 137.] (Books: L) 

[The choice series. no. 137.] 

(Books: 1.) 
Boosey & co.,New York: 

Concertino in C minor. For clari- 
net and orchestra. By Percy Pitt, 
op. 22. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Boosey & co.. New York : 

Incidental music to Lankester's Joan 
of Arc. Composed by Edward 
Jakobowski. (Music.) 
Linuet (Tlie). Concert polka for 
piccolo, with pianoforte accompa- 
niment. Composed by James Par- 
rel] . (Music.) 
Norina. Concert polka for piccolo, 
witb pianoforte accompaniment. 
Composed by James Farrell. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Tc Deum. For solo, chorus, and or- 
chestra. Composed by C. V. Stan- 
ford, op. 66. Ed. with piano score 
arranged by the composer. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Bouton (J. W.),New York: 

Flagg (W.J.) Yoga, or transforma- 
tion. (Books: 1.) 
Bowen (Wm.F.) and Stevens (J. H. P.), 
Hartford, Conn. : 

Hartford, Conn., business and office- 
building directory, 1898. (Books: 

1.) 
Breitkopi & Hartel, Leipzig, Germany: 
Violin studies for the young. By 
Scholtz. op. 8. Exercise no. 1. 
Open strings. Minims or half 
notes. (Music.) 
Brennan (William J.), New York: 

Debutante waltzes. By William J. 
Brennan. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Briner (T. J.), Reading, Pa. : 

She chews gum. Words and music 
by T. J. Briner. (Music.) 
Brizzi (Carlo), Newark: 

Ecce sacerdos. By Carlo Brizzi. For 
unison chorus, with organ or piano 
accompaniment. (Music.) 
Brockhaus (Max), Leipzig, Germany : 

Gagliarcla. For piano solo. Par R. 
Leoncavallo. (Music.) 
Brown (Clara Belle), Washington, D. C. : 
Brown (C. B.) Woman's love; not 
woman's vote. Lecture. (Books: 
2.) 
Bryant (H. J.), Somerville, Mass. : 

Bryant (PI. F. ) Bryant on the stand- 
ard of value. " Honest money" 
elucidated. Standard of living, 
etc. (Books: 2.) 
Buek (G. H. ), New York : 

Torpedo boat destroyer "May- 
flower." (Lithographs.) 
Burgan (John Alfred), Philadelphia: 

Cuba must be free. Words by John 
A. Burgan. Music by Alonzo Stone. 
(Music.) 
Buttevick pub. co., ltd., New York : 

Art and ecclesiastical embroidery. 
Metropolitan handy scries, v. 4, 
Mar., lSJ)8.no. 1. (Hooks: 2.) 
Nursing and nourishment for inva- 
lids, [v. 11, Metropolitan pamphlet 
series, no. 1.] (Books: 2.) 



Byers (N. E.), New York : 

"Shout the tidings, Cuba's free.'' A 
patriotic march, song and chorus. 
ByE.Ninian. (Music; 
Camp (W.M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W.Mr) Notes on track. By 
W. M. Camp. XLIX. Point 
switches, continued. (Books: 3.) 
Canfield (Charles B.), New York: 

Cheney canopy, no. 1. Front. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 2. End. (Photographs.) 

Caspar (Henry), New Orleans, La : 

Charter of a debenture assurance co. 
(Books: 2.) 
Castle (C. A.), Burlington, Vt. : 

Castle (C. A.) Voices of song. 
(Books: 1.) 
Century co., New York : 

St." Nicholas, v. 25, Nov., 1897. to 
Apr., 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Cbappell & co., London : 

Nini, Ninette, Ninon. Chansonette. 
Words by F. E. Weatherly. Music 
by Lionel Monckton. (Music.) 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Course in commerce and finance. X. 
Transportation by rail. By Emory 
R. Johnson. (Books: 3.) 
Chickering (Elmer), Boston : 

Hutchinson (Miss Katherine ). no. 1. 
(Photographs.) 
Christian standard co., ltd.. Philadel- 
phia: 

Bottome (M.) Death and life. In 6 
articles. [Christian standard.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Behold us, Lord. Recitative and aria. 
Bass solo. By J. B. Grass. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Curfew (The). 3 pts. By J. K. 

Murray. 1936. (Music.) 
G. A. R. march. By Chas. Esbergei '. 

jr. Band. (Music.) 
Lonelv rose (The). 3 pts. By E. 

Hermes. 1932. (Music.) 
Old veteran march. Band. Arranged 

by Barnard. (Music.) 
On the levee. (An African two step. 

Band. By Hall. (Music.) 
Pilgrim (The) and stranger. Mixed 
chorus or quartet. By 1\ 11. Pease. 
(Music.) 
Rock of ages. Anthem for mixed 
voices. By Gwilvm Davis, no. 
1933. (Music.) 
stars ami stripes forever. Sen, 

Sousa. (Music.) 
"Sweet comforter." Dirge. ByB.O, 
Worrell. Hand. (Music.) 
Clark (C. S. >, Milwaukee. Wis. : 
Clark (C. SO Wonderful 
Keeley and Pwight. B 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Cobb (Cyrus), Boston: 

Midnight (The) ride of Paul Revere 
on the night of the 18th of April, 
1775. (Fine arts: photograph of 
statuary.) 
C off man (A. B.), New Hope, Va. : 

Mountain Mary. Song and chorus. 
Words by J. W. Wayland, jr. Mu- 
ic by A. B. Coffinan. (Music.) 
Colliery (The) engineer co., Scranton, 
Pa.: 

Architectural design, pt. 2. In- 
struction paper. 1st ed. The In- 
ternational correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. (Boohs: 2.) 

Arithmetic, pt. 2. Qustion paper. 
3d ed. The International corre- 
spondence schools, Scranton, Pa. 
(Books: 2.) 

pt. 3. (International corre- 
spondence schools. Question pa- 
per, 3d. ed. 119c.) (Books: 2.) 

sec. 1. Instruction paper. 1st 

ed. The International corre- 
spondence schools, Scranton, Pa. 
(Books: 2.) 

— — sec. 2. Instruction paper. 1st 
ed. [International correspond- 
ence schools.] (Books: 2.) 

Circular of information of chemistry, 
including qualitative and quanti- 
tative analysis. The correspond- 
ence school of chemistry, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 

Correspondence instruction. The 
International c orr espon dene e 
schools, Scranton, Pa. (Books: 3.) 

Elementary instrumental drawing. 
(The International correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. Instruc- 
tion paper. 1st ed. 166.) (Books: 
2.) 

Elements (The) of mechanical and 
electrical engineering. v. 1. 
(Books: 1.) 

v.2. (Books: 1.) 

v. 5. Mechanical drawing, 

(Books: 1.) 

Elements (The) of municipal engi- 
neering. Prepared for students of 
the International correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. 1st ed. v. 
1-5. Contents: v. 1, arithmetic, 
geometry, mechanics, pneumatics; 
v. 2, surveying, mapping, sewer- 
age, paving; v. 3, mechanical draw- 
ing; v. 4, tables and formulas; v. 
5, answers to questions. (Books: 

1.) 

Inorganic chemistry, pt. 1. Ques- 
tion paper. 1st ed. [International 
correspondence schools.] (Books: 
2.) 

Pneumatics, gas, and petroleum. In- 
struction paper. 1st ed. (Inter- 
national correspondence schools.) 
(Books: 2.) 



Colliery (The) engineer co., Scranton, 
Pa, : ' 

Pneumatics, gas, and petroleum. 
Key. 1st ed. [International cor- 
respondence schools. (Books: 2.) 
Colonial trust co., New York: 

Trust companies— what they a e, 
whom they serve, and the advan- 
tages they offer. (Books: 2.) 
Coit (J. B.) & co., New York: 

Acetylene. A light that tells 'the 
truth. (Books: 2.) 
Commercial advertiser ass'n, New York : 
Glance (A) at some recently pro- 
duced chainless models. (Bicycles 
for 1898.) (Books: 3.) 
Use (The) of tandems and multicycles 
in America. (Books: 3.) 
Conlin (Robert E.), Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : 
Treatise (A) on a new method, of in- 
halation for diseases of the air pas- 
sages. (Books: 2.) 

Cook (Edward), Chicago: 

Cook (E.) Handbuch fiirfreimaurer 
im bereicke der H. E. Gross lodge, 
A. F. and A. M., vom Staate Illinois. 
(Books: 1.) 

Cooper (Joseph), Providence, R. I. : 

Our noble ship, the Maine. (Books: 

2.) 

Coughlin (William J.), Boston: 

Stop paying rent. Own your own 
home. Building lots given away. 
(Books: 2.)j 

Courier litho. co., Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Interior side show. Design. (Litho- 
grnphs.) 

Jacksons (The). Eccentric stilt skat- 
ers. Design. (Lithographs.) 

Mysterious globe. Design. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Race dogs. Design. (Lithographs.) 

Revolving trapeze. Design. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Spectacular ballot. Design. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Squad of Cuban insurgents. Design. 
(Lithographs.) 

Statuary act. Design. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Stickney (Robert, jr.) Bareback 
rider. Design. (Lithographs.) 

Stirk family. Bicyclists. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Stirk family. Design. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Strong-man act. Design. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Yucca (Madame). Strong woman. 
Design. (Lithographs.) 
Crakow (Louis Nathaniel), New York: 

Zoho hrass band instruments and 
Zobo illustrated catalogue of Zobo 
mfg. co. (Books: 2.) 



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Crane (Frank), Chicago: 

Crane (Frank). An arbor-day homily. 
Pulpit editorials. (Books: 3.) 

Opportunity of Anglo-Saxon. 

Pulpit editorials. (Books: 3.) 

The significance of Easter. 

Pulpit editorials. (Books: 3.) 

Crellin (Emma T.), New York : 

Newell's (Mrs. Harriet T.) "Soluble 

self-treatments " for every form of 

female complaint. (The discovery 

of the century.) (Books: 2.) 

Crowell (Thomas Y.) and co., New York: 

Palmer (G. H.) The glory of the im- 
perfect. (Books: 1.) 

Sybel ( Heinrich von) . The founding 
of the German empire by William 
I. Translated by Helene Schimmel- 
Feirnig White. (Books: 1.) 

Thwing (C.F.) The best life. An 
address. (Books: 1.) 

Willoughby (Wm, F.) Working- 
men's insurance. (Books: 1.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston: 

Boy with torn hat. (Photographs.) 

Eclogue (An). 11 x 14. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Evening. 11x14. (Photographs.) 

Girl with white cap. 18x22. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

8 x 10. (Photographs.) 

Jefferson (Thomas). 11x14. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Magdalene. 11x14. (Photographs.) 

Mother and child. 18 x 22. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Painting and poetry. (Photographs.) 

11 x 14. (Photographs.) 

Phcebe. 11 x 14. (Photographs.) 

Pursuit of Hie ideal. 11x14. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Three fates. 11x14. (Photographs.) 

Toad stool (The). 18 x 22. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Cuscaden (Harry Arthur), Louisville, 
Ky. : 

From do to do. A song and chorus. 
By H arry Arth u r C u s c a den. 
(Music.) 
Cutter electrical and mfg. co., Philadel- 
phia: 

Herrick (A. B.) Modern switch- 
boards. (Books: I.) 
Daly (Augustin), New York: 

Winter (W.) Ada , Rohan. A study. 
(Hooks: 1.) 
Darby (Kufus H.), Washington, 1). C. : 

Joyce (John A.) Boast of Bacchus. 
(Books: 2.) 
Date (Henry), Chicago: 

Art thou weary ' Translated by J. M. 
Neale. Arranged by G. F. Sargent. 
(Music.) 

Ashamed of Jesus. By J. Grligg and 
W. A. Ogden. (Music.) 

Banner (The) of the Lord. By 11. W. 
Fairbank. (Music.) 



Date (Henry), Chicago: 

Best anthems for quarrel and chorus 

choirs, no. 1. Edited by VV. A. 

Ogden. (MiMc book.) 
Blessed be the Lord. By A. Bierly, 

(Music.) 
Come, Jesus, Redeemer. Ray Palmer. 

Arranged from Brahms. "(.Music.,) 
Come, ye disconsolate. T. Moore and 

S. Webbe. Arranged. (Music.) 
Cross and crown. E. K. Heyser. 

(Music.) 
Evening prayer. A. Bierly. (Music.) 
God of mercy. A. Bierly. (Music. ) 
Green (A) hill far away. Haydn. 

Arranged by W. A. Ogden. (Music. ) 
Guide me. Duet and quartet. W. 

Williams. Arranged from the 

Scotch by W. A. Ogden. (Music.) 
Guide me, O thou great Jehovah ! 

W. Williams. T. M. Towne. 

(Music.) 
Hark! ten thousand harps. (For 

Christmas.) T.Kelly. E. K. Hey- 
ser. (Music ) 
In the cross of Christ I glory. C. H. 

Gabriel. (Music.) 
Jesus, I my cross have taken. H. F. 

Ly t e. E . K . H ey ser. (Music.) 
H. F. Lyte. Paur. Arranged. 

(Music.) 
King (The) of love my shepherd is. 

H. VV. Baker. W. T. Giffe. (Music. | 
Lay him low. G. H. Baker. J. L. 

Orr. (Music.) 
Lean hard. 0. E. Breck. W. A. 

Ogden. (Music.) 
Lord (The) is my shepherd. T. M. 

Towne. (Music.) 
Love, rest and home. Dr. Bonar. 

W. A. Ogden. (Music.) 
Mighty God. while angels. C. H. 

Gabriel. (Music.) 
My refuge and my guide. E. E. 

Hewitt. L.O.Emerson, (Music.) 
No.no, it is not dying. VV. A. Ogden. 

(Music.) 
Not a sparrow falleth. W. P. Me- 

Cauley. (Music.) 
God most high! Stadler. Arranged. 

( Music.) 
O lamb of God. J. B. Calkins. 

Arranged. (Music.) 
O Savior, dear Savior. Solo and 

quartet. G.Thring. F. Schubert, 

Arranged. W. A. O. .Music. 
Praise to thee. I.. 0. Emerson. 

( Music ) 
Something Jesus gave me. Solo and 

quartet. (;. VV. Hinsdale, VV. A. 

Ogden. (MUSIC.) 
Sun oi' my soul. J. Keble. 

Heyser. (Music.) 
Sure (The) refuge. C. ^ i sle 

A. Ogden. Music. 
Sweet tbe moments. Kothe 

ranged. (Music.) 



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Date (Henry), Chicago: 

Thanksgiving carol. W. F. McCau- 
ley. (Music.) 

There were shepherds. C. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 

This same Jesus ! Arranged by F. E. 
Havergal. Michalek. (Music.) 

Thou sweet gliding Kedron. J. L. 
Orr. (Music.) 

Voice (The) of Jesus. H. Bonar. Ar- 
ranged from A.S.Sullivan. (Mu- 
sic.) 

When the radiant beams of day. E. 
K. Heyser. (Music.) 

Whither art thou going? K. Cam- 
eron. W. A. Ogden. (Music.) 
Dehnhoif (K.), New York: 

Jubilee inarch of the Greater New 
York. For brass band. Arranged 
by Karl Kevssee. (Music.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

American girls abroad. Two step. 
By H. G. Martin. (Music) 

Ay or nay. Ballad. Words by F. 
Ernest Whatley. Music by Arthur 
E. Fisher. High voice, in E flat. 
(Music.) 

Bring me sweet blossoms. Waltz 
soug. By Mrs. C. M. Turton. 1st 
and second guitar and 3 mandolins. 
Arranged by F. G. Odell. (Music.) 

Carmen. Grand fantasia. 1st and 
2d mandolin, guitar, and piano. 
Arranged by D. Tipaldi. op. 61. 
(Music.) 

Cradle song. (Wiegenlied.) M. 
Hauser. For 2 mandolins and 
guitar. Arranged by C. J. Dorn. 
op. 42. (Music.) 

Edelweiss. Caprice. By R. Gruen- 
wald. op. 277. Orchestra. (Music.) 

Light of light, celestial brightness. 
Carol for children's day. Words 
by C. W. E. Seigel. Music by Geo. 
B. Nevin. (Music.) 

Marche de nuit. New ed. Edited 
and fingered by J. Orth. Composed 
by L. M. Gottsehalk. (Music.) 

O Mighty One. (0 maitre de tout.) 
Words by Armand Silvestre. Eng- 
lish ed. by Charles Fonteyn Man- 
ney. Music by J ohn P. Marshall. 
(Music.) 

Over the way. Words by Katherine 
Elwes Thomas. Music by John P. 
Marshall. (Music.) 

Prelude. By S. Rachmaninoff, op. 3, 
no. 2. Edited by W. A. Fisher. 
(Music.) 

Rose (The) I plucked for you. Words 
by Arabella Ward. Music by Ar- 
thur E. Fisher. (Music.) 

Salve regina. (Son of the highest 
heaven.) By F. Bruesckweiler. 
op. 23. (Music.) 



Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Thou art like a flower. (Dieblume.) 
Hauser. For 2 mandolins, or violin 
and guitar. Arranged by C. J. 
Dorn. op. 43. (Music.) 
When daylight dies. Words by A. B. 
English. Music by Arthur E. 
Fisher. (Music.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

Dunbar (P. L.) Folks from Dixie. 

(Books: 1.) 
Macarthur (J., editor). The Book- 
man literary year book. 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Douthat (Robt. W.), Morgantown, AY. 
Ya: 
Douthat (R. W.) Induction by anal- 
ysis of production ; or, an answer 
to the question, What is life, phys- 
ical, spiritual? ("Chart no. 4 of 
the Philosophv of interpretation.") 
(Books: 2.) 
Downing (Hugh [].), Columbus, Ga. : 
Cases in Georgia reports that have 
been overruled, doubted, criticised, 
or modified. Compiled by Hugh U. 
Downing. (Books: 2.) 
Durand (William F. ), Ithaca, New York: 
Durand (W. F.) The resistance and 
propulsion of ships. (Books: 1.) 
Durand music co., Durand, Mich. : 

Feast of Bacehus waltzes. By W. 
Irving Miller. (Music.) 
Earl syndicate, Louisville, Ky. : 

Public (Thej school of advertising. 
(Books: 3.) 
Eby (Abram C), Phoenix, Ariz. : 

Eby (A. C. ) Arizona annotations. 
(Books: 2.) 
Echo music co., Lafayette, Ind. : 

Father's vacant chair. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by T. F. 
Francis. (Music.) 
Where the waters roam so free. 
Quartet for mixed voices. Words 
and music by C. M. Thompson. 
(Music.) 
Eddy (Mary B. G.), United States: 

Feed my sheep. Words by Mary 

B. G. Eddy. Music by Lyman F. 
Brackett. (Music.) 

Edmonds ( Linton Eugenius ), Mount 
Pleasant, Tex. : 

Electric music chart. (Books: 2.) 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France: 

Legende. op. 90. Pour piano. By 

C. Chamiuade. (Music.) 

Men ue t antique. Pour piano. Par 

Maurice Ravel. (Music.) 
Sonate dramatique. Pour piano and 

violoncelle. By R. Strohl. (Music.) 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston : 

Allen (W. B.) Pineboro quartette. 

(Books: 1.) 
Dromguole (W. A.) Hero-chums. 

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Estes ifc Lauriat, Boston : 

Sheldon (M.B.) One thousand men 
for a Christmas present. (Books: 

1.) 
Evans (W. A.), Boston : 

Lady April waltzes. By John 
Ed wine Fancher. (Music.) 

''No wedding bells for her." Words 
by Geo. A. Norton. Music by Jas. 
W.Casey. (Music.) 

"Summer girls ." Reverie. By Annie 
E. West. (Music.) 
Evening post pub. co.. New York: 

Daily digest of selected cases. (Even- 
ing post, Apr. 9, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 11. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 12. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 13. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 11. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 15. (Books: 3.) 

Falk (B.J.), New York: 

Ashley (Minnie), no. 31. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 35. (Photographs.) 

Galland (Bertha), no. 17. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Ha worth (Joseph), no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Haworth (Joseph) and Bertha Gal- 
land. no. 1. (Photographs.) 

Lulie. no. 7. (Photographs.) 

no. 8. (Photographs.) 

"Fitchburg R. R. co., Boston : 

Fitchburg railroad and connections. 
Hoosac tunnel route. (Maps.) 
Forsyth bios., London, England: 

Deux nocturnes pour piano solo. 
Par M. Esposito. no. 1, in E minor. 
(Music.) 

no. 2, in A major. (Music.) 

Spring calls to the flowers. Words 
by G. Whyte. Music by G. Villa. 
Edition in C. (Music.) 

Vocal duet. Words by G. Whyte. 

Music by G. Villa. (Music.) 
Foss (Sam Walter), Somerville, Mass. : 

Foss (S. W.) The man who under- 
stood man. By Sam. Walter Foss. 
(Books: 2.) 
Fowler (Nathaniel C, jr.), Boston: 

Fowler (N. C, jr. ) The boy at school. 
His studies and how he studies. 
(Books: 2.) 

■ The girl at school. The sense 

and nonsense of her studies, etc. 
(Books: 2.) 
Frame (Lillie), Parkersburg, W. Va. : 

Pompaii (La). By Lillie Frame, 
op. Lodii Christart. Series epic. 
(Music.) 

Swiss echoes. By Lillie Frame, op. 
Lodii Christart. Series epic. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Frederick (Max). Plattsburg, Mo. : 

Maroon (The). Two-step. By Mas 
Frederick. (Music.) 



Funk & Wagnalls co., New Fork : 

Banks (L.A.) Paul and his friends. 
A series of revival sermons. 
(Books: 1.) 
Gallagher (Daniel W.), Boston: 

Turn hernot away. Wordsby Daniel 
W. Gallagher. Music hy Frederick 
T. Strachan. (Music.) 
Gary (Wilmuth), Washington, D. C. : 

"1900." (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
Gast (Aug.) bank-note and lithog. co. 
and Paul (Solon W.), St. Louis, Mo. : 
Paul (S. W., editor.) The Gast-Paul 
directory of bankers and attorneys. 
Containing county and railroad 
maps of the United States and 
Canada. (Books: 1.) 
Gehm (Eugene H.) ; Jeannette, Pa. : 

Belvedere (The) club march. Two- 
step. Composed by Eugene H. 
Gehm. [For piano.] 
George (Andrew J.), Brookline, Mass. : 
Milton (J.) The shorter poems. 
including the two Latin elegies and 
Italian sonnet to Diodati, and the 
Epitaph: um Damonis. Arranged in 
chronological order, with preface, 
introduction and notes by Andrew 
J. George, M. A. (Books: 1.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. no. 223. (Books:.!.) 
Gerst (Pauline), Allegheny, Pa. : 

Pronounced you man and wife. Song 
and chorus. Composed by Pauline 
Gerst. (Music.) 
Gibson, Glaser <Sp co., Baltimore. Md. : 
Menuet a V antique. By S.Archer 

Gibson. (Music.) 
When love is done. Song for low or 
mezzo voice. By S. Archer Gibson. 
(Music.) 
*Gilinan (ClarabeP, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. : 

Gilman (C.) Food plants. Lessons 
on oranges and lemons. (Books: '■'■•■ 

Ginn & co., Boston: 

Charming little valley. Three-part 

soiiu'. Giulio Roberti. Arranged, 

[The Coda. do. 222.] (Mas 
I. awn (The) party. Waltz song. 

Arranged for the Coda from Charles 

Lecocq. (The Coda. no. 221. M i 

sic. ) 
Farting ami meeting. Four part 

song. B. S. Montgomery, !. L. 

llat'ton. Arranged. [The ( 

no. 224.] (Music.) 
Glascock (J. T.\ Hopkinsville, Ky.: 
Around the square. Military m. 

By J. T. Glascook. | For p 

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Gould directory co., St. Louis, Mo. : 

St. Louis (Could's) directory for 1898. 
Newly revised street and avenue 
directory. (Books: 1.) 
*Grasruuk & Schott, New York : 

Blue ribbon. Polka. By J. Zimmer- 
man. For orchestra. (Music.) 
Bull's-eye. Galop. By J. F. Zimmer- 

mann. For orchestra. (Music.) 
Dainty lady. Polka. By J. Zimmer- 
man. For orchestra. (Music.) 
Eagle Aving. Galop. By J. Beyers- 
dorfer. For orchestra. (Music.) 
Waltz. Minnie McAvoy. Introduc- 
tion. That's no dream. By Ster- 
ling & Yon Tilzer. Arranged by 
L. Thomas. For orchestra. (Mu- 
sic.) 
When you do de rag time dance. 
Schottische. Introduction. Mister 
Johnny Wise. By H. von Tilzer. 
Arranged by L. Thomas. For or- 
chestra. (Music.) 
Graupner &. Meyer, Philadelphia : 

Alice, where art thou? By J. Ascher. 
Baujo. Arranged by Fred. J. Bacon. 
(Music.) 
Flower song. By G. Lauge. Banjo. 
Arranged by Carroll Mc Alee. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Fort Bell gavotte. Guitar. H. L. 

Theis. (Music.) 
Loretta waltzes. Mandolin. By 

Roy B. Simpson. (Music.) 
March. Musical tempo. Mandolin. 
ByJ.W. McLouth. op. 106. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Selections from " Carmen." Mando- 
lin. Arranged by Rich. L. AYeaver. 
(Music. ) 
Gray lithograph co., New York: 

"History (The) of our American flag. 
(Books: 2.) 
Gray don (William Murray): 

Graydon (\Y. M.) The ringed jaguar 
ofAmazonas. (Books: 3.) 
Grit pub. co.. Williamsport, Pa. : 

Whispering (The) scandal monger. 
(Books: 3.) 
Guardian angel remedy co., Baltimore, 
Md.: 

Guardian angel remedy co.'s book of 
picture puzzles, Avith other puzzles. 
(Books: 2.) 
Haggard (H. Rider), London, England : 
Elissa; or, the doom of Zimbabwe. 
Chaps. 14, 15. [Sunday Inter-oceau. 
Apr. 10, 1898.] (Books: 3.) 
Haines (Ida Evans) and Hayes (Harriet 
Hayden), Chicago: 
Song (A) of the Maine. Words by 
Ida Evans Haines. Music by Har- 
riet Hayden Hayes. (Music.) 
Haines (James J.), Roxbury, Mass. : 

Eileen for thee. Song. Words by 
Jaraes J. Haines. Music bv Joseph 
\Y. Wheeler. (Music.) 



Hall (R. W.) music co., Gillespie, Pa.: 
Roscoe (The) military band. March. 
By R.W.Hall. For band (Music.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Fight for honor. March. By S. C. 
Bougher. [For piano. J (Music.) 
Harper (Chas. W.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Bicycle series, no. 2. Harper's syn- 
dicate system of advertising. 
(Books: 2.) 
Harper & bros., New York: 

Crouch (A. P.) Senorita Montenar. 

(Books: 1.) 
I)u Manrier (G.) Social pictorial 

satire. (Books : 1.) 
Sutphen (W.G.Van T.) The golfi- 
cide and other tales of the fair 
green. (Books: 1.) 
Thackeray (W.M.) Vanity fair. A 
novel without a hero. (Books: 1.) 
Hartsough (Palmer). Cincinnati, Ohio: 
Endeavor marching song. Words and 
music by P. Hartsougli. (Chris- 
tian endeavor May day. (Music.) 
Pure and peaceful consecration. 
Words and inn ic by P. Hartsough. 
[Christian endeavor May day.] 
(Music.) 
We hail thee queen. Words and mu- 
sic by P. Hartsough. [Christian 
endeavor May day.] (Music.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Roseleaf. Morceau de salon. For 
the piano. By R. Goerdeler. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Haufstaengl (Franz), Munich, Germany: 
Madonna. Painted by E. Veitli. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 
Hayes (Mary Agnes), New York: 

Hayes (M. A.) The music wedge. 
Books 1 and 2. (Music book.) 
Havward (Harriet Cornelia) Cincinnati, 
Ohio: 
Uncle Sam's wide awake march. 
By H. C. Hay ward. (Music.) 
Hazelrigg (John). New York: 

Hazelrigg. (Sincerely.) (Engrav- 
ings. ) 

Heath (D. C.) & co., Boston: 

Heath (N. L.) A concise elementary 
• grammar of English, giving the 
essential definitions, principles, 
and rules. (Books: 2.) 
Hedrick (CharlesClifton), Lowell, Mass. : 
American cotton machiuery for the 
preparation and treatment of libers, 
aud the spinning of yarns and 
threads. What it is and how to 
use it. (Books: 2.) 
Heinrichshofeu's verlag, Magdeburg, 
Germany : 
Pagode (Die). Kleineklavierstiicke. 
ByT. Gerlach. op. 17. [Nippschen 
(Nippes). no. 1.] (Music.) 



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Heizmann (Theo. I.), Reading, Pa. : 

Reading's sesqni-centennial hymn. 
Song. Words and music by Theo. 
I. Heizmann. (Music.) 
Held (Charles W.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Fort Lo wry. Two-step polka. Com- 
posed by W. G. Smithers. Arranged 
byA. Wald. [For piar.o.] (Music.) 
Marlowe waltzes By G.Meade. For 
piano. (Music.) 
Hexamer (Ernest) & son, Philadelphia: 
Insurance maps of the suburbs, v. 1. 
(Maps.) 
Heyse (Paul) &. co., Chicago: 

List of architects licensed to practice 
in Chicago and state of Illinois. 
Complete to Mar. 15, 1898. (Books : 
2.) 
Hills (P. J.), Chicago: 

Chicago mortgage abstract, no. 38. 
(Books: 2.) 
Holt (Henry & co.,New York: 

Ohnet (G.) La fille du depute. 
(Books: 1.) 
Home music co., Logansport. Ind. : 

Lift up your heads. Anthem. By 

George Edward Smith. (Music.) 
Lord (The) is my shepherd. Anthem. 

ByW.T.Giffe. (Music.) 
O, praise the Lord. Anthem. By 
E. K. Heyser. (Music.) 
Hooper (Frank L.), Baltimore, Md. : 
O. K. egg formula. (Books: 2.) 
0. K. home-made brooder. (Books: 

2.) 
O. K. lice formula. (Books: 2.) 

* Hornung, (E. W.), London, England : 
Hornung (F.W.) Young blood, chaps. 
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 26, 21, 22, and 23. 
(Books: 3.) 

chaps. 24 and 25. (Books: 3.) 

chap. 25, continued, 26 and 27 

(concluded). (Books: 3.) 
Houghton, Miff] in & co., Boston: 

Whittier (J.G.) Snow-bound. Among 

the hills. Songs of labor, and other 

poems. (The Riverside literature 

series.) (Books: 1.) 

Howlaud-Sherman (C. H.), Washington, 

D. C. : 

Alphabet (The) of cosmography. 
(Books: 2.) 
Howley, llaviland cV co.,New York: 

Christinas in the old home. Song 
and chorus. By Gussie L. Davis. 
(Music.) 
Continuous (The) show. Words and 

music by Lew Sully. (Music.) 
Jes listen ma children to mo, Coon 
song and chorus. Words and mu- 
sic by Harry II. Ballon. (Music.) 
HutVord (Lois G.), Indianapolis. Ind.: 
Burns (IB.) Selections tram the poet* 
ry. Edited by Lois G. Hunbrd. 
('Books: 1.) 



Hug(Gebriider) &co., Leipzig, Germany: 
Alia riva amena di Bellagio. Bar- 
carole. (An dein schonen nfer von 
Bellagio.) By E. Fritzsch. For 
mandolin and pianoforte. [Ai 
laghi dell' alta Italia, op. 70. no. 
1.] (Music.) 
Dolce ricordo all' Isola Bella. (Siisse 
erinnerung an Isola Bella.) By 
E. Fritzsch. [Ai laghi dell' nlta 
Italia, op. 70. no. 2.] For mando- 
lin and pianoforte. (Music.) 
Nella cantina a monte Caprino. 
Danza. (Im wein keller am monte 
Caprino.) By E. Fritzseh. For 
mandolin and pianoforte. [Ai 
laghi dell' alta Italia, op. 70. no. 
3.] (Music.) 
j * Hugg (Geo. C), Philadelphia: 

Supplement to Hugg's easter serv- 
ices, 1898. (Book's: 2.) 
[ *Hyde (Paul Woodworth) Pittsburg, 
± a. : 

Myrtledale. Comedy drama in 5 
| acts. By Paul Woodworth Hyde. 

(Dramatic compositions.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio nisi prius and general term re- 
ports, v. 5, no. 5. Apr. 11. 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Johnson, (.1. S.), New York: 

Annapolis, U. S. N. no. 804-804A. 

(Photographs.) 
Dolphin, U. S. X. no. 816B. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Johnston (Presley T.), Sacramento, 
j Gal.: 

Johnston's banjo fingerboard guide. 

Books : .) 
Johnston's mandolin fingerboard 
guide. (Books: .) 
! *. Jones (George Ripley), Boston: 

They rule" the world. (Lithographs.) 
| Jones (H. Franklin). Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Watson (M. L., compiler). Reliable 
(The) cook book. (Books: 1.) 
Jorgensen (Charles J.), Milwaukee, 
Wis.: 

Paragraphs of interest from articles 
on painting, interior decoration, 
and ftirnisliiug, (Books: 2.) 
.Jung (P. L.), New York: 

Barcarolle. For the piano. B\ J. 
A. Demuth. op. IS. no. 6. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Gavotte- Caroline, For the piano. 
By .1. A. Demuth. op. 16, no. 5. 
[Music.) 
Jolly (The) fanner. For lite piano. 
By J. "A. Demuth. op. 15. no. 6, 
(Music.) 
handler. (All echo from Vienna.) 
For the piano. By .1. A. Demuth. 
op. 16, no. 6. v^'i- 

(Tyrolean mountain song.) Foe 

the piano. I>\ J. A. Peiuuth. op. 
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Jung (P. L.), New York : 

On the merry-go-round. For the 
piano. By J. A. Demuth. op. 15, no. 

5. (Music.) 
Serenade. For the piano. By J. A. 

Demnth. op. 17, no. 6. (Music.) 

Yalse Lente. For the piano. By J. 

A. Demuth. op. 18, no. 5. (Music.) 

Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 

Citv star, Apr. 7, 1898. ) ( Books : 3.) 

Apr. 8, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 9, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 11, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

Apr. 12, 1898. ( Books : 3. ) 

Apr. 13, 1898. ( Books : 3. ) 

Kenny (J. Thomas), Norfolk, Va. : 

"Come off dat roost, Mister Johnson." 
Coon song. Words and music by 
J. Thomas Kenny. (Music.) 
Kent (James Tyler), Philadelphia: 

Kent (J. T.) Nose and face. Reper- 
tory of the homoeopathic materia 
medica. (Books: 1.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 
But what a day for working. 

(Prints.) 
Coal is king in the far east. (Prints.) 
Cold wateron his courtship. (Prints.) 
Coming down to business. (Prints.) 
Diagnosis (A) of Tommy's case. 

(Prints.) 
Full of grand marches and quick- 
steps. (Prints.) 
He explains. (Prints.) 
He speaks his mind. (Prints.) 
Height (The) of absurdity. (Prints.) 
" It's an ill wind." (Prints.) 
Miscarried (A) love charm. (Prints.) 
Party (The) at fault. (Prints.) 
Peace (The) maker. (Prints.) 
Remedy (A). (Prints.) 
Rural (The) standard. (Prints.) 
Satisfying a skeptic. (Prints.) 
Suburbanite's (A) practical sugges- 
tion. (Prints.) 
Suspicions aroused. (Prints.) 
Sympathetic advice. (Prints.) 
Wheelman's (The) serenade. 

(Prints.) 
Wide (A) difference. (Prints.) 
Kiesling (S. G.), Brooklyn. N. Y. : 

Little (The) acorn waltz. Composed 

by S. G. Kiesling. (Music.) 
Love in Paradise. Descriptive ro- 
mance in six parts. Composed by 
S. G. Kiesling. (Music.) 
Kirkpatrick (William J.), Philadelphia : 
Early in the morning. Words bv E. 
E. Hewitt. Music by W. J. Kirk- 
patrick. (Music.) 
*Papa, be a Christian. Words by 
Grace Weiser Davis. Music by 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
* What shall I do with Jesus ? Words 
by G. H. Broening. Music by Geo. 
T. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 



Knapp (M. W.), Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Niles (F. L.) Steps to holiness. 
With an introduction by W. M. 
Puffer. (Books: 1.) 
Kneass (Strickland. L.), Philadelphia: 

Kneass (S. L.) Practice and theory 
of the injector. 2d ed., revised 
and enlarged. (Books: 1.) 
Knickerbocker press, New York: 

Hayes (M.H.) Notes and appendix 
to the 4th ed. of Friedberger and 
Frohner's Lehrbuch der specitdleu 
pathologie uud therapie der haus- 
thiere. With a chapter by G. New- 
man. (Books: 1.) 
Kremer (Frederick B.), Minneapolis. 
Minn. : 

Few (A) items from the uncorrected 
proof pf a syllabus of crown and 
bridge work, for the use of the 
thirteenth annual meeting of the 
southern Minnesota dental society. 
(Books: 2.) 
Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. : 

Faust. Grand fantasie on themes 
from Gounod's opera, Faust. Two 
score copies. By C. Kunkel. Duet 
for 2 pianos. (Music.) 

Miserere. From Verdi's 11 Trovatore. 
Paraphrase de conceit. By Charles 
Kunkel. [For piano.] (Music.) 

Norma. Grand fantasie on themes 
from Bellini's opera, Norma. Two 
score copies. By Thalberg & 
Kunkel. Duet for 2 pianos. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Scherzo-capriccioso. (Reissiger.) By 
Anton Rubinstein. Piano compo- 
sition. (Music.) 
Lang (Oscar) : 

Crown our heroes. Song and chorus. 
Words by M. E. Kail. Music by 0. 
Lang. (Music.) 
Lathrop (Francis), New York : 

Adoration (The) of the Magi. (Fine 
arts: photographs of design.) 

Ascension (The). (Fine arts: pho- 
tographs of design.) 
Leete (B. F.) & sons, lieno, Nev. : 

Eagle salt mine (Books: 2.) 

To all persons who use salt. (Books: 
2.) 
Lefavour (Wm. J.), Salem, Mass. : 

Colored (The) musketeers patrol. 
For banjo. By Clarence H. Le- 
favour. (Solo or duet.) (Music.) 
Leonard pub. co., Albany, N. Y. : 

Forbush (W. B.) A hand book of the 
order of the knights of King Ar- 
thur. 2ded. (Books: 2.) 
* Leroy (Herman), New York: 

Know thyself. (Engravings.) 
Leslie (Charles D.), Loudon, England: 

Leslie (C. D.) The capture of a 
bachelor. A tale. (Books: 3.) 



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Lewis (George Y.), Jersey City, N. J. : 

Masonic directory for Hudson county, | 
New Jersey. 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Life pub. co., New York: 

Easter Sunday in New York two cen- 
turies ago. In Life. no. 801. Apr. 
14,1898. (Engravings.) 

"Spring is here." (In Life, Apr. 21, 
1898." no. 802.) (Engravings) 
Linton (Harry). Denver, Colo. : 

Belle (The) of Darktown aristocracy. 
By H.Linton. (Music.) 
Lippincott (J.B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Course in bookkeeping. Lesson no. 
2. (Books: 2.) 

Course in mathematics. Arithmetic. 
Lesson no. 6. (Books: 2.) 

no. 7. (Books: 2.) 

Electricity. Electrical measure- 
ments. Lesson no. 6. (Books: 2.) 
Lothrop pub. co., Boston: 

Diaz (A. M.) Grandma's stories. 
Being the wonderful and enter- 
taining chronicle of the Stimpcett 
family. (Books: 1.) 

Ponlsson (Emilie). Child stories ! 
and rhymes for the little people of 
nursery and kindergarten. Illus- 
trated by L. J. Bridgnian. (Books: 
1.) 
Loud (John A.), Chelsea, Mass. : 

Spontania. Music by John A. Loud, j 
Words by Howard Coonley. (Mu- I 
sic.) 
Lutheran pub. soc, Philadelphia: 

Helpful words for the newly con- 
firmed. (Books: 1.) 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago: 

Brother Gardner's cake walk. By 
Joseph Gearen. Mandolin orches- 
tra. (Music.) 

Cuba libre march. (Patriotic.) For 
orchestra. By E. Kaeulfer. (Music.) 

Fellowship club march. For band. 
By P. Cole. (Music.) 

Inquirer march. (Two-step.) For 
orchestra. By F. H. Losey. (Music.) j 

Invierno. Vals. Por Carlos Canu- 
das. (Music.) 

Itasca march. For band. By F. H. 
Losey. (Music.) 

Ma Ca'line. Schottische. For or- 
chestra. ByB.Tuttle. (Music.) 

(Two-step.) For orchestra. By 

B. Tuttle. (Music.) 

By B. Tuttle. For 2 mandolins 

and guitar. Arranged by Smith cV 
Zublin. (Music.) 

Marita. Song and dance. For band. 
By F. II. Losey. (Music.) 

Penumbra, Vals. Para p i a n o. 
Por Bias Morales. (Music.) 

Poeuf! Vals por mi, (Music.) 

Sollozos de coia/.on. Sonpirs de 
cceur. Vals. Por [gnacio C. 
Mercado. 12. (Nuevas piezas de 
baile.) (Music.) 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago: 

Ultimo (El) beso. Vals. Por 
Ignacio C. Mercado. (Nnevaa 
piezas de baile.) no. 11. (Music.) 
McCalla (George W.), Philadelphia : 

McCalla (G. AY.) The marriage in 
Cana; or, "The water that was 
made wine." (Books: 1.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York : 

Barr (R.) The warrior maid of San 
Carlos. (Books: 3.) 

(Mayo-Scribner.) Great (The arma- 
da of 1898. New York harbor at- 
tacked by a huge fleet of allied 
European powers. By Mayo-Scrib- 
ner. (Books: 3.) 

Red Cloud's war message. The old 
Sioux chief pledges his people 
against Spain. (Books: 3.) 

To succeed as an orator. Col. Rob- 
ert G. Ingersoll points out the way. 
(Books: 3.) 
McLean & Forsyth, Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Wreck (The) of the Maine. Song 
and refrain. Words by Samuel E. 
McLean. Music by Horace R. Eas- 
ier. (Music.) 
McLoughlin bros , Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Baby in the cradle. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of design.) 

Frog (A) he would a wooing go. 
(Books: 2.) 

Robber kitten. (Books: 2.) 

Three little kittens. (Books: 2.) 
Macmillan co., New York : 

Herrick (Robert). Gospel (The) of 
freedom. (Books: 1.) 

Zola(E.) The downfall. Translated 
by E.P.Robins. (Books: 1.) 
* Maggs bros , New York : 

Gamjee's parlor "football" game. 
Rules. (Books: 2.) 
Martin (Mary B.j.New York: 

Cuban (The) question. (Prints.) 
Mason (Henry EL), U. S. : 

Up with old glory. Words and mu- 
sic by Henry Guernsey. (Music.) 
Mason (W. LA. V. S. : 

Nature's hallelujah. A service for 
children's day. Prepared by VV. 1.. 
Mason. (, Books: 2.) 

Supplement to children's day 

service. (Books: 2.) 
Miller (Jay D.),Oak Park. Ill: 

Miller (J. D.) Finance and transpor- 
tation. A practical solution of the 
financial and transportation prob- 
lems. (Books: 1.) 

Mills (F. A A New York: 

"Charit,\ begins at home" V 

lad. Words i\\ Georg 

Music h> Kerry Mills. , Mi 
•• Is that how it is now . babe ' " v 

by George A. 1 lummond 

a'. 1.. Johns. ( 



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Mirriam co: 

Harben (W. X.) The land of the 
c h a n g i 11 o- sun. [Concluded.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Moore (Albert Price), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Moore (A. P.) Yirginius (The) and 
the Maine. (Books: 2.) 
Murray (A. Linn), Grand Rapids, Mich : 
Murray (A. L.) '-Iuside modern 
homes." (ed. dining rooms and 
dens.) (Books: 2.) 
Mysell-Rollins co., San Francisco, Cal: 
Bennett (J. E.) Alaska; its waters, 
land, and life. (Books: 1.) 
National music co., Chicago: 

Pink schottische. Composed by A. 
H. RoSewig. Pianoforte. (Music.) 
Regal (The) mandolin and guitar 
folio. Arranged by Dave Branda- 
mour. (Music.) 
Rose waltz. Composed by A. H. Ro 
Sewig. Pianoforte. (Music.) 
Xational starch mfg. co., New York: 

Glucose and grape sugar. (Books: 
2.) 
Nebraska telephone co., Omaha, Xebr. : 
Omaha. Nebraska telephone co. di- 
rectory. Anr., May, and June. 1898. 
List no.'62.~ (Books: 2.) 
Neely (F. Tennyson), New York. 

Lomax (E. W. P.) Consul (A) to 

China. (Books: 1.) 
McKesson (C. L. ) Under Pike's peak. 
New York life insurance co., New York : 
Why women should insure. (Books : 
2-") 
New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York: 
Frank (U.) Der stern. Roman. 
(Books: 3.) 
Nicholson (Mary), U. S. : 

Softly the shadows of evening are 
falling. Words and music by Mary 
Nicholson. (Music.) 
* Nicolls (William Jasper), Philadel- 
phia: 

Nicols (W. J. ) Coal catechism, 
pt. 16. Power. (Books: 3.) 

pt. 17. Metallurgical. (Books: 

3.) 

pt. 18. 

pt. 19. 

pt, 20. 

eluded.] 
Nor walk iron works co., 
Conn. : 
Norwalk (The) air 



Gas. (Books: 3.) 
Coke. (Books: 3.) 

By-products. [Con- 
(Books: 3.) 

South Norwalk, 



and gas com- 



pressor. (Books: 2.) 
Novello, Ewer & co., New York : 

Four characteristic waltzes. For 
violin and piano. By S. Coleridge- 
Taylor, op. 22. (Music.) 

Hymn (A) to Cupid. Chorus for U. 
T. B. B. Words by Herrick. Music 
by George C. Martin. [The Or- 
pheus. (New series ) no. 315.] 
(Music.) 



Novello, Ewer & co.. New York : 

May-day revels. Words by Hettie 
M. Hawkins. Music by John E. 
West. [Novello's school music] 
(Music.) 
O'Brien (M ) & son, Chicago: 

Content. By H. Yalkenburg. (Fine 
arts: photograph of paintings.) 

Faith. By Felix Moscheles. (Fine 
arts: photograph of painting.) 

Homeward wending. By W. Steel- 
ink. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
Odell (H. F.) <fc co., Boston: 

Wie schon hist du. By H. Weidt. 
Mandolin and piano. (Music) 
Ogilvie (J. S.)pub. co., New York: 

Sienkiewicz (H.) The third woman. 
Translated from the original 
Polish by Nathan M. Babad. 
[The peerless series, no. 107.] 
(Books: 1.) 
Ogle (George A.), Baltimore, Md.: 

Ogle (G. A.) A new theory of road 
building, combining durability 
with economy. (Books: 2.) 
Onderdonk (Margaret I.) U. S. : 

House (The) party. Two-step. By 
Margaret I. Onderdonk. [For 
piano.] (Music.) 
Paige (F. \V.), Des Moines, Iowa : 

"New (The) woman." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
*Pajean (Joseph), Chicago: 

Design for a sarcophagus monument. 
ho. 435. (Fiue arts: photograph 
of design.) 

no. 436. (Fine arts: photograph 

of design.) 

Design for shaft monument, no. 437. 
(Fine arts: photograph of design.) 
Parlor car pub. co., New York: 

Old Sleuth. Clyde, the resolute 
detective; or, his own mystery. 
(Books: 1.) 

Dashing (A) fugitive; or, true 

to his purpose. (Books: 1.) 

Lady (A)shadower; or, a detec- 
tive strategist (Books: 1.) 

Murray; or, a straight-out de- 
tective. (Books : 1.) 

Oscar; or, the exquisite detec- 
tive. (Books: 1.) 

Young vigilance; or, a broken 

link. (Books: 1.) 
Partie (Fred. S.), Indianapolis, Ind. : 

Official handbook, by-laws, and con- 
tractors' and builders' directory of 
the builders' exchange of Indian- 
apolis. (Books: 2.) 
Paull (E.T.),New York: 

Conqueror (The). March. By W. 
A. Corey. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Phelps (Charles), secretary of the State 
of Connecticut : 

Connecticut reports, v. 70. pt. 1. 
Apr. 9, 1898. (Books: 1.) 



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Phillips (Joseph William), Parkersburg, 
W. Va. : 
Elma. Sentimental song. op. Lodii 

Christart. Series majestic. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Hark! merry wedding bells. Song 

and piano, op. Lodii Christart. 

(Music.) 
Vesuvius. March. Two-step. op. 

Lodii Christart. Series mystic. 

(Music.) 
Your not quite up to your 'phone; or, 

Mrs. John's chickens. (Music.) 
Phomen (N.), Omaha, Nebr. : 

Phomen (X.) What would he like 

the best? (Books: 2.) 

Phonographic (The) institute co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio : 

Pitman (B.) and Howard (J. B.) 
The phonographic reader. (The 
American system .of shorthand.) 
(Books: 1.) 
Photochrom co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Bridal veil falls. Webber's canon. 
(Photographs.) 

Canon of the Yellowstone. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Castle geyser. (Photographs.) 

Cliff palace. Mesa Verde. General 
view. (Photographs.) 

Crater of Grotto geyser. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Devil's (The) slide. Utah. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Fish pot, Hot Spring, and Yellow- 
stone Park. (Photographs.) 

Garden of the gods. Balanced rock. 
(Photographs.) 

Golden Gate. (Photographs.) 

Great falls of the Yellowstone. (Pho- 
togiaphs.) 

Jupiter and Minerva terraces. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Lake Tahoe and Cave rock. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Mission Sau Antonio. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

General view. (Photographs.) 

Mission San Juan Capistrano. The 
corridors. (Photographs. ) 

Interior of corridors. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Luis Key. From the 
(Photographs. ) 
( Photographs.) 
Santa Barbara. Photo- 



garden. (Photographs.) 



Mission Sai 

cloisters. 

Front. 

Mission 

graphs.) 

In the 

Monterey. 

tographs.) 
Morning glory (The) 

(Photographs.) 
•'Mother Grundy." Clear 

canon. ( Photographs. ) 
"Old Faithful"' geyser. 

graphs. ) 



Mossbrae falls 



Hot 



(Pho- 

springs. 
Q ree U 

^ Photo- 



Photochrom co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Old (The) road master. Clear Creek 
canon. (Photographs.; 

"Paint (The) pot." (Photographs.) 

Pulpit terraces. (Photographs.) 

(Photographs.) 

Sapphire (The) Hot spring. ( Pho- 
tographs.) 

Summit basin. M a m m o t h Hot 
spring. (Photographs.; 

"Tetons" (The) from Jackson lake. 
(Photographs.) 

Tower falls. (Photographs.) 

Yellowstone lake from hotel landing. 
(Photographs.) 
Pierce (Edwin H.), Auburn, N. Y. : 

Moto perpetuo. The humming bird. 
By E, H. Pierce. For violin and 
piano. (Music.) 
Pond (Win. A.) & co., New York: 

Departure. Samson. Compiled by 
S. Lasar. For female voices. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Now May again. Mendelssohn. Com- 
piled by S. Lasar. For female 
voices. (Music.) 

Spring morning. Abt. Compiled for 
female voices by S. Lasar. (Music.; 

Wanders night song. Hiller. Com- 
piled by S. Lasar. For female 
voices. (Music.) 
Pratt food co., Philadelphia: 

Pratt's pointers on cows, sheep, and 
hogs, including their care, feeding. 
housing, and diseases. ( Books : 1. ) 
Price (C. H. & J.), Salem, Mass. : 

Hunt (Frank). (Photographs.) 
Providence albertvpe co.. Providence, 
R. I. : 

U. S. battle ship Maine, officers, and 
Gen. Lee. (Photographs. ) 
Publishing house of the Reformed church 
in the U. S., Cleveland, Ohio : 

Grether (F.) "Our daily bread." 
(hooks: 1.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons. New York: 

Hubbard (E.) Samuel Adams. (Lit- 
tle journeys to the homes of Amer- 
ican statesmen. ) [Apr. 1898. V.4« 
no. I.] (Books: 2.) 
Pamsdell (E.CA Boston: 

In the popular style. Waltz, Foi 
band. E. C. Ramsdell. (Musio.) 

Overland march. For orchestra. 
Robert G. Morse. (Music.) 

7th l\ s. Artillery march. By E. C. 
Ramsdell. Baud. (Musio.) 
Kand. MeNallv A. co., Chicago, : 

Kennard (Mrs. E.) In the toils of 
the charmer. ( Books : I.) 

Thatcher (J. V.^ Championship bil- 
liards. ( »ld and new . Boo EG 

West Virginia— Virginia. Kami. 
Nalh ucw railroad ami county 
map. (Maps. 



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Rau (Win. H.), Philadelphia : 

Explosion of the U. S. hattle ship 
"Maine." 17638. (Photographs.) 

Group of warships. Inner basin, 
Brooklyn navy-yard. 17553. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"Indiana" (The) in hattle. 17635. 
(Photographs. 



17639. (1.) 



Brooklyn, 



A prac- 
studv. 



Spring* 



'The) waltz. Furst. 
(Music.) 

De Koven. no. 1601. 



U. S. B. "Kentucky." 

(Photographs.) 

('2.) (Photographs.) 

Eawsou (Jonathan A., jr.), 
N. Y. : 

Rawson (J. A., jr.). Our army and 
navy. What you Avant to know 
about them. (Books: 1.) 
Read (G. W.) ; St. Paul, Minn. : 

Automatic (The) instructor, 
tical system for home 
(Books: 1.) 
Read (William), Coldbrook 
Mass. : 

Read (W.) The re-strung harp. 
Poems. (Books: 1.) 
Reeve (Louise Tanuer), Buxton, N. Dak. : 

Reeve (B.) What I think after 
thinking. (Books: 1.) 
Regina music box co., Railway, N. J. : 

Ambolena snow. Military ballad. 
Maywood. no. 1597. (Music.) 

Babbie waltzes. From the Little 
Minister. Furst. no. 1596. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Conquerors 
no. 1600. 

Dove song. 
(Music.) 

Enjoy vourselves. Coon song. Ward, 
no. 1599. (Music.) 

Howl love my Lou. Song. Strom- 
berg, no. 1602. (Music.) 

I don't care if yo' nebber comes back. 
Song. Rosenfeld. no. 1598. (Mu- 
sic.) 

June-bugs dance. Polka-rondo. 
Hoist, no. 5020. (Musical chart.) 

On the banks of the Wabash far 
away. Song. Dresser, no. 5021. 
(Music.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., New York: 

Moody (D. L.) Der weg zu Gott 
und" wie er zu finden ist. (Books: 
1.) 

Richards (L. J.) & co., Springfield, Mass. : 
Fitchburg city. (Maps.) 
Worcester co., Mass. Road 
(Maps.) 
Riggs (Kate Douglas), New York: 

Wig-gin (K.D.) Penelope's progress. 
(Books: 1.) 

Robertson (A. J.), New York: 

Dolly's dress. (Engravings.) 

Robertson (W. P.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Manganese in the foundrv. (Books: 
2.) 



map. 



Robinson (T.Dixon), Philadelphia: 

Loss (The) of our battle ship Maine. 
Song and chorus. Words bv Anna 
E. Todd. Music by T. Dixon Rob- 
inson. Soprano or tenor in F. 
(Music.) 
*Roessler (O. F.), Jefferson, Wis. : 

Jefferson countv history. [Jefferson 

banner, Mar. 31, 1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Rohlfiug sons' music co., Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Organists' album for the church and 
home. v. 3. [Edition Rohlfing. 
no. 40.] By I). F. Stillman. (Music 
book.) 
Root (Frederic W.), Chicago: 

Root (F. W.) Lessons in the devel- 
opment and management of the 
voice. (Vocal culture. Lesson 5.) 
(Books: 2.) 
Ross (Jasper Stansbury), Wooster, Ohio : 

Libretto to accompany A life story in 
music and picture. (Books: 2.) 
Rudy (A.), Brooklyn. N. Y. : 

Our United states. A national song. 
Words by Abraham Rudy. Music 
by George C. Bender. (Music.) 
Russell (Robert Howard), New York: 

Cawein (M.) Shapes and shadows. 
Poems. (Books: 1.) 
St. Cecilia music pub. co. ltd., London : 

Gladiator (The) patrol. For the pi- 
anoforte. Composed by H. Berg. 
(Music.) 
Sauborn-Perris map co. ltd., New York : 

Alamosa, Conejos countv, Colo., Mar.. 
1898. (Map's.) 

Argos, Marshall countv, Ind. Mar., 
1898. (Maps.) 

Canton, Lincoln county, S. Dak. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Chester. Chester countv, S. C. Mar., 
1898. (Maps.) 

Clarksville, Tenn. Mar., 1898. 
(Maps.) 

Coal City, Grundv county, 111. In- 
cluding Carbon' Hill. Mar., 1898. 
(Maps.) 

Crested Butte, Gunnison countv, 
Colo. Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Fairport, Monroe county, N. Y. In- 
cluding Pentield. N. Y. Mar., 1898. 
(Maps.) 

Farmer Citv, Dewitt countv, 111. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Franklin, Warren countv, Ohio. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Gardner, Grundy county, 111. Mar., 
1898. Insurance maps. (Maps.) 

Glenwood Springs, Garfield countv, 
Colo. Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Greenwich, Washington countv, 
N. Y. Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Laurinburg, Richmond county. N. C. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Louisburg. Franklin county, N. C. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 



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Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 
Monte Vista, Rio Grande county, 

Colo. Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Newark, Wayne county, N. Y. Mar., 

1898. (Maps.) 
Pekin, Tazewell county, 111. Mar., 

1898. (Maps.) 
Philinont and. Mellenville, Columbia 

county, N. Y. Mar., 1898. (Maps. ) 
Plymouth, Marshall county, Ind. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Pontotoc, Pontotoc county, Miss. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Saguache, Saguache county, Colo. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Sidney, Champaign county, 111. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Tomahawk, Lincoln county, Wis. 

Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 
Westfield, Clark county, 111. Mar., 

1898. (Maps.) 
* Sanders and Stayman, Baltimore, Md. : 
Christ the Lord is risen to-day. 

Easter anthem. By John T. Grape. 

(Music.) 
Saunders (Eya Johnston), Lake Village, 
Ark. : 

Ripples from Lake Charcot. Waltz. 

by Eya Johnston Saunders. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Anders (J. M.) A text-book of the 

practice of medicine. 2d ed. 

(Books: 1.) 
Van Valzah (W. W.) and Nisbet 

(J.D.) The diseases of the stom- 
ach. (Books: 1.) 
Schacht (Robert H.), Boston: 

Adams (Mr. Henry Austin), no. 1-4. 

(Photographs.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Haidenroslein. (The wild rose.) The 

melody arranged from Beethoven's 

fragmentary manuscript sketches, 

and the accompaniment composed 

by Henry Holden Huss. (Music.) 
Schlesinger'schen buch- u. musikhand- 
luug. (Rob. Lineau.) Berlin, Germany : 
Berceuse. Paul Juon. op. 1. Fiir 

piano. [Secbs skizzen. no. 5.] 

(Music.) 
Canzonetta. Paul Juon. op. 1. Fiir 

piauo. [Seclis skizzen. no. 3.] 

(Music.) 
Duettino. Paul Juon. op. 1. Fiir 

piano. [Sechs skizzen. no. 4.] 

(Music.) 
Elegie. Paul Juon. op. 1. Fiir 

piano. [Sechs skizzen. no. 1.] 

(Music.) 
Notturno. Paul Juon. op. 1. Fiir 

piano. [Sechs skizzen. no. 2.] 

(Music.) 
Petite raise. Paul Juon. op. I. Fiir 

piano. [Sechs skizzen. no. t>. ] 

(Music.) 



Schmid (Wm. G.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Klondykejig. Composed by Win. G. 
Schmid. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Ere the moon begins to rise. (Cradle 
song.) Song with accompaniment 
for pianoforte. By F. U. Shackley. 
High yoice. (Music.) 

Low voice. (Music. 

Schock (Will H.), Chicago: 

March of the corporal. For piano. 
By Will H. Schock. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co.,New York: 
Song (A) of the seasons. Words by 
Austin Dobson. Music by A. L. 
Barnes. (Music.) 
Schwerzel (Carlo), Leipzig, Germany : 
Mes souvenirs de Varsovie. Scenes 
fantastiques. Pour violonet piano. 
Par Carlo Schwerzel. op. 2. 
(Music.) 
Waldes-zauber. Les enchantements 
de la foret. Pour le piano. Par 
Carlo Schwerzel. (Music.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 
Earle (A. M.) In old Narragansett. 
Romances and realities. (Books: 

1-) 
Sedgwick (A. P.) The dull Miss 

Archinard. (Books: 1.) 
Wilson (F.) The Eugene Field I 
knew. (Books: 1.) 
Shannon (Thomas F.), New York : 

Our flag. March. By Thomas F. 
Shannon. Piano. (Music.) 
Shea (Thomas E.), New York : 

Man-o'-w;vrs-man (The). (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Shipman (B. T.), St. Paul Minn. : 

Minnehaha falls, no. 107-108. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
*Sigel (Franz), New York: 

Eiu halbes iahrhundert. II. Iinexil. 
(Books: 3.) 
Simpson (Robert) & CO., U. S. : 

House (The) of Simpson. (Books: 2.) 
Singley (B.Lloyd), Yallonia. Pa. : 

As'goodasgold. 2201. (Photographs.) 
Skoog (A. L.), Minneapolis, Minn. : 

Till dig, O Jesus, \ ill jag fly. Ord af 
lljaliuar Sundquist. Musik af A. 
L! Skoog. (Mush s.) 
Small, Maynard & co., Boston: 

Whitman (W.) Selections from the 
prose and poetry. Edited by Os- 
car Lovell Triggs. (Books: 1. 
Smith (Mrs. A. de Fonfride), Portland, 
Oreg. : 
Smith (A. de F.) La prononoiatiou 
francaise. How to pronounce 
French correctly. (Books: 2.) 
Kolow (Julius), New York: 

lleinrich Heine's celebrated DO 
s t <t bo music i>\ Dr. Julius Soiow, 
(Music.) 



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Spaulding (George L.), New York : 

Entre nous. Song. Words and mu- 
sic by A. Trevelyan. (Music.) 

I wont let you insult her. Descrip- 
tive song and chorus. Words and 
music by Dave Augustine. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Miss Malinda Lightfoot Lou. Words 
and music by Dave Reed, jr. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Spon and Chamberlain, New York : 

Cordeiro (F. J. B ) The baromet- 
rical determination of heights. 
(Books: 2.) 
Stahl (William C), Milwaukee. Wis. : 

Stahl's (W.C.) new mandolin meth- 
od. Rev. ed. (Books: Music book.) 
Steckel (George), Los Angeles, Gal. : 

Blauchard (Mrs. Frederick W. ) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Linck (Mary). (Photographs.) 
Stokes (Frederick A.) co., New York: 

Swift (B.) The Destroyer. (Books: 
1.) 
Strobridge litho. co.. Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Cards. (N. Y. no. 8024.) ^-slieet. 
(Lithographs. ) 

Figure and lettering. (N. Y. no. 
8009.) 1-sheet. (Lithographs. ) 

Stand. (N. Y. no. 7991.) 28-sheet. 
(Lithographs.) 

(N. Y. no. 8008.) 28-sheet. 

(Lithographs.) 

Strohrneyer & Wyman. Arlington, N. J.: 

Cortelyon (Geo. 13.), executive clerk 
to the President. (Photographs.) 

Hobart (Garrett A.) Vice-President 
of the United States. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

On deck of the U. S. monitor Terror. 
(Photographs.) 

(Photographs.) 

Quigg (Lemuel E.) Member of Con- 
gress from New York. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Stewart (William M.) U. S. Senator 
from Nevada. (Photographs.) 

United States monitor Terror. (Pho- 
tographs. 

'■ (Photographs.) 

Sulzer (R.), nachf., Verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many: 

Meisterfahrer (Der) marsch fiir pian- 
oforte. Kompouiert von Heinrich 
Mannfred. (Music.) 
Summy (Clayton F.) co., Chicago: 

[Summy's octavo sacred series, no. 
80.] Seven sentences. By Mrs. 
Crosby Adams. (Music.) 
Swan (Howard), England: 

Swan (H.) The voice of the spirit. 
Bookl. Afflicted (Job). (Books: 1.) 
Swensson (Carl), Chicago: 

Swensson (C.) Ater i sverige, etc. 
(Books: 1.) 



Tabor-Prang art co., Boston : 

Gray (B. ) Firstlings of the new-born 

vear. 2531. (Books: 2.) 
—-Lilies of peace. 2530. (Hooks: 2.) 
Yard of roses, no. 7. By Maud 
Stumm. no.2535. (Chromos.) 
Taylor (Clara Elizabeth), Washington, 
D. C: 

Osiris. March. Two-step. By Clara 
Elizabeth Taylor. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Thatcher (Alvin M.), Boston: 

His whiskers on a bike; or, " hirsute 
appendages." Song and refrain. 
Words and music by Alvin M. 
Thatcher. (Music.) 
Thorn & Hunkins' lime and cement co., 
St. Louis, Mo. : 
Best's Keene's cement. (Books: 2.) 
Tiffany glass and decorating co., New 
York : 

''Aldus andCaxtou."' (Photographs.) 
Ascension (The). (Photographs.) 
Come unto me. Designed by Fred- 
erick Wihon. (Photographs.) 
Design for colored glass window. 

(Photographs.) 
"Easter morning.'' (Photographs.) 
River (The) of life. Designed by 
Frederick Wilson. (Photographs.) 
"Sermon on the mount. ' ; (Photo- 
graphs.) 
To mansions in the sky. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Valiant (The) woman. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Wisdom, Truth, and Knowledge 
guarding the temple of lame. De- 
signed by Frederick Wilson. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
lilney (Robert), Philadelphia: 

Tilney (R.) Gleanings from poetic 
fields. Translations from the Ger- 
man and other languages, and orig- 
inal verses. (Books: 1.) 
Tobin (M. F.), New York : 

Battle ship (The) Maine as she ap- 
peared before and during the explo- 
sion. (Lithographs.) 
Battle ship (The) Maine before and 
after the explosion. (Lithographs.) 
Lee (Gen. Fitzhugh), U. S. consul at 
Havana. (Lithographs.) 
Todd (Nathaniel Dwyer), Boston: 

All aboard for Wexford; or, remem- 
ber '98. Words by N. D. Todd. 
Music by J. H. Wadsworth. 
J (Music.) 

Toler (Sydney), Wichita, Kans. : 

Twin ministers. A drama in 4 acts. 
By Sydney Toler. (Dramatic com- 
j positions.) 

I Tooth (Arthur; & sons, New York: 

Checkmated. Painted by Andrew C. 
Gow. Etched by E. Ganjean. 
(Engravings.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York: 

Diana, Painted by L. Natlier. 
Etched by A. Lamotte. (Engrav 
ings.) 
Tinman (Ben C), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Truman (B.C.) Some reminiscences, 
no. 33. (Books: 3.) 
Turgeau (A. Laroque) : 

Savings-hank deposit hook. (Books: 
2.) 
Underwood & Underwood, New York: 
Holmes (Oliver Wendell). The 
stereoscope and stereoscopic pho- 
tographs. (Books: 1.) 
Van Ness (Joseph), Boston: 

Hatfield (C. B.) Designing and cut- 
ting patterns. Chap. 13. The 
strap sandal. [In Superintendent 
and foreman, Apr. 12, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Continued. A new way of fit- 
ting. [In Superintendent and fore- 
man, Apr. 19, 1898. (Books: 3.) 
Volkmar (Lanra F.), Baltimore, Md. : 
Soldier's evening hymn. By Laura 
F. Volkmar. (Music.) 
Von Cotzhauscn (Alfred), Milwaukee, 
Wis. : 
Wheat food. The ideal food for 
breakfast. (Books: 2.) 
Waldron (Sophia F.), Chicago: 

Such as I have give I thee. By B. 
and F. W. Blake. (Music.) 
Walter (Emily POiseau), Baltimore, 
Md. : 
Walter (E.L.) A complete collection 
of the quotations and inscriptions 
in the library of Congress. 2d ed. 
(Books: 1.) 
Walton (C. H.) & co., Trenton, N. J. : 

Pride of the nation. March. By 
Arthur H. Clarke. (Music.) 
Watson (John), England: 

Watson (J.) Companions of the sor- 
rowful way. (Books: 1.) 
Watts (George Frederick), England: 

Love triumphant. (Fine arts : pho- 
tograph of paintiug.) 
Weed-Parsons ptg. co., Albany. N. Y. : 
New York. The greater charter, as 
enacted in 1897. By Mark Ash. 
(Books: 1.) 
Western pig iron ass'n. Pittsburg, Pa. : 
Stock report, no. 280, Apr. 15, L898. 
(Books: 3.) 
WVstingliouse electric and mfg, CO., 
Pittsburg, Pa. : 
Alternating current fan motors. Cat- 
alogue, no. 199. Circular, no. 51. 
Apr., 1898. (Books: 2.) 

Whipple (Leander Edmund), New York: 
Whipple (L. E.) Metaphysical heal- 
ing. Coursel. Philosophy. (Books: 

2.) 

19503— Vol. 15. No. 2 5 



White (Greenough), Sewauee, Tcnn.: 
White (G., editor). Matthew Arnold 
and the spirit of the age. (Books: 

1.) 
White (Frank B.) co., Chicago: 

Agricultural (The) newspaper adver- 
tisers' register. 18!;8. (Books: 1.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston : 

Church (The) organist. A collection 
of pieces for use in church, v. 2. 
Arranged and edited by Chas. il. 
Morse. (Books: 1.) 

Don't say "no." Song. Words and 
music by C. W. Krogmann. (Music.) 
Wickins & co., London: 

Dance of tne tiretlies. Tarantelle. 
For violin and piano. By W. C. 
Wickins. (Music.) 

Forgive. (Song.) Written and com- 
posed by M. Piccolomini. In C. 
(Music.) 

Golden dreams. (Song.) Written 
and composed by Cristabel. In G. 
(Music.) 
Wilhelm (Rudolph), New York : 

Choate (Hon. Jos. H.) nos. 1-."). 
(Photographs.) 
Williams -Davis -Brooks & Hinchman 
sons, Detroit, Mich. : 

Parisian rose. (Photographs.) 
Willig (George) & co., Baltimore, Md. : 

Soldier's farewell kiss. Words and 
music by Rudolph C. Hartleb. 
(Music.) 

Union jack. March. A patriotic 
march. Composed by Dan Emer- 
son. Piano. (Music.) 
Winchell (Sue S.), Brunswick, Me. : 

B. H. S. March and two step. By 
Sue S. Winchell. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Winter & Pond, Juneau. Alaska : 

Bird's-eye view of Port Wrangel. 
Alaska, no. 38o. (Photographs.) 

Chief Shakes' totem. Wrangel. Alaska, 
no. 388. (Photographs.) 

Indian totems and graves, Wrangel, 
Alaska, no. 387. (Photographs.) 

Main street. Wrangel, Alaska, no. 
386. (Photographs.) 

Unloading Yukon outfits at the 
mouth of Stickeen river. Alaska. 
no.390. (Photographs.) 

Unloading Yukon outfits at the 
mouth ' of the Stickeen River, 
Alaska no.392. (Photographs.) 

Unloading Yukon outfits at Wrangel 
wharf. Alaska, do. 389. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Unloading Yukon outfits at Wrai 
wharf. Alaska, no. 391. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Witmaxk (M.) A sons, New \ ork: 

Believe me it all those endearing 
\ oung charms. Trans< rip! ioi 



James ,). Freeman. 



Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Witmark (M.) & sons, New York : 

Cumberland '61. March. Two-step. 

By George J. Trinkaus. Arranged 

for orchestra by Herbert L. Clarke. 

(Music.) 
Filibuster. March. Two-step. By 

Richard H. Barker. Arranged for 

orchestra by Herbert L. Clarke. 

(Music.) 
Heaven is my home. High-class bal- 
lad. By W.T.Jefferson. (Music.) 
Louisiana pastimes. Cake - walk. 

Two -step. By Ben. Micbaelis. 

[Piano.] (Music.) 
Susette. March song. By Barney 

Fagan. (Music.) 
With a satisfied expression on her 

face. Words by Jere O'Halloran. 

Music by Chas. Bendix. (Music.) 
Zenda waltzes. For duet. Arranged 

by F. W. Meacham. [For piano.] 

(Music.) 
Woodbury centennial state blight-cure 
co., Denver, Colo. : 
Flight (The) of blight. A manual 

for orchardmen. (Books: 2.) 



Woodward (Willis) & co.. New York: 
Listening to the vesper bell. Words 
by Gregg. Composed by A. Swee- 
ney. (Music.) 
Zanita. Valse Espafia. By T. A. 
Metz. (Music.) 

Wormeley (Katharine Prescott), Jackson, 
N.H.: 

Wormeley (K. P.) The Cruel side of 
war with the army of the Potomac. 
(Books: 1.) 

Wright (E. T.), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Los Angeles, Cal. Official map of the 
county. 1898. (Maps.) 

Wynkoop (Richard), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
Supplement to vessels and voyages. 
(Books: 2.) 

Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig: 

Potpourri nach motiven der operette 
" Das krokodil." Von O. Walther. 
Musik von A. Ferron. Ausgabe fur 
grosses orchester. (Music.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. G, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 15, no. 3. 
Whole no. 355— April 27, 1898 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 155 

(2) Miscellaneous 1 65 

. (3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 
cles 169 

II. Dramatic Compositions 173 

III. Periodicals 173 

IV. Musical, Compositions and Collec- 

tions op Music 1S1 

V. Maps and Charts 205 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 207 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 

VIII. Photographs 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for oopj • 
light of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfeoted as works of the One 
arts) 

X. Index of Copyright Propribi 



10 



817 
819 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1898. 



[EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 

* Alabama. The code of Alabama. 
Adopted by act of the general assem- 
bly of the State. Approved Feb. 16, 
1898. v. 1 and 2. Prepared by Will- 
iam L. Martin. 4°. Atlanta, Ga., 
Foote&Davies co.,1897. cop. (1898, 
nos. 28020-28021, May 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 16, 1898.) 1-2 

Copyright by Joseph F. Johnston, as 

Governor of Alabama, for the use 

of the State. 

American (The) directory of the hosiery 
and knit goods manufacturers of the 
United States and Canada . . . (Six- 
teenth year, 1898 . ) Philadelphia, Tex- 
tile record co., 1898. 1 v. 16°. cop. 
(1898, no. 25605, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23,1898.) 3 

Copyright by Textile record co., 
Philadelphia. 

American Hereford cattle breeders' asso- 
ciation. The American Hereford rec- 
ord and Hereford herd book. v. 17. 
Columbia, Mo., E. W. Stephens, 1898. 
lv. 4°. cop. (1898, no. 25093, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 4 

Copyright by American Hereford cat- 
tle breeders' association, Columbia, 
Mo. 

American (The) Hereford record. See 
American Hereford cattle breeders' 
association. 

Austin (A. C.) Practical half-tone and 
tricolor engraving. Buffalo, Profes- 
sional photo, pub. co., 1898. 158 pp. 
pi. port. diag. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 
10047, Feb. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 
1888.) 5 

Copyright by Professional photo, 
pub. co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Baruett (Edith A.) A champion in the 
seventies. Chicago, H. S. Stone <& co., 
1898. viii, 365 pp. 12. eop. (1898, 
no. 25349, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22,1898.} 6 

Copyright by Berbert S. Stone ^V co.. 
Chicago. 



Authors— Continued. 

Barr (William M.) Boilers and furnaces 
considered in their relations to steam 
engineering . . . Philadelphia, Flor- 
ence co., 1898. 405 pp. illus. tab. 8°. 
cop. (Steam engineering series, v. 1.) 
(1898, no. 24294, Apr. 18. (2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by W. M. Barr, Philadel- 
phia. 
Barry (Henry Aloysius.) Salvation 
through Mary. Boston, Angel guardian 
press, 1898. 1 p. 1. 334 pp., 1 1. pi. 8°. 
cop. (1898, no. 22118, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by H. A. Barry, Roxbury, 
Mass. 
Bate (William S.) Berth-deck ballads: 
"Old glory" and other poems. New 
York [Lock wood press], 1898. pi. 75 
pp. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 24871, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 9 

Copyright bv W. S. Bate, Brooklvn, 
N.Y. 
The beacon series. 

Sienkiewicz, Henry k. On the bright 
shore. 1898. 

[Beckman, Edwin.] A member of con- 
gress. A novel. By William YVeiit- 
worth [pseud.]. New York. (i. W. 
Dillingham co., 1898. 243pp. 12 . cop. 
(Dillingham's metropolitan Library. 
no. 37.) (1898. no. L8639, Mar. 21. "2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18. 1S98.) 10 

Copyright by E. Beckman, Middle- 
ton. N.J. 

Bennett (Charles Edwin), joint editor 
with Wheeler (Benjamin [)and ! 
(George P.) Cornell university. Cor- 
nell studies in classical philology. 

Bible. English. The llolman new >elt'- 
pronouncing Sunday-school teacher's 
Bible . . . conformable to the i dition 
of 1611, commonly known as the author- 
ized or King James, version . . . Pic- 
torial ed. Philadelphia, A. J. llolman 
A: co., I L898.] i 1530 pp. | maps v 
cop. I L898, no. 23896, \pr. L5 
rec'd \pr. 18, L898.) n 

Copyright by A. J, llolman & 
Philadelphia. 



156 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 




Authors — Continued. 

Blaze de Bury (Yetta). French literature 
of to-day. A study of the principal 
romancers and essayists. Boston and 
New York, Houghton. Mifflin & co., 
1898. vi [1 l.j, 279 pp. 8°. cop. 
(1898. no. 24245, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) ' 12 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Boston. 

Boyd (Carl Evans, editor). Cases on 
American constitutional law. Chicago, 
Callaghan & co., 1898. si. 667 pp. 
8°. cop. (1898, no. 22862, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 13 

Cop3 r right by Callaghan & co., Chi- 
cago. 

Bramble (Charles A.) The a b c of min- 
ing. A handbook for prospectors . . . 
Chicago and New York. Rand. McXally 
& co., ri898.] 183 pp. illus. 16°. 
cop. (1898, no. 25085, Apr. 21. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22. 1898.) 14 

Copyright by Rand, McXally & co., 
Chicago. 

Bristol (George Prentice }, joint editor, 
with Wheeler (Benjamin I.) and Ben- 
nett (Charles E.) Cornell university. 
Cornell studies in classical philology. 

Brooks (Elbridge S[treeter] ). The true 
story of Benjamin Franklin, the Ameri- 
can statesman. Illustrated by Victor 
A. Searles. Boston. Lothrop pub. co., 
[1898.] 250 pp. illus. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 24286, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Browne (William Henry). A treatise on 
the law of trade-marks and analogous 
subjects . . . Supplement to 2d ed. 
Boston. Little, Brown & co., 1898. 
xviii, 222 pp.. 8°. cop. (1898. no. 14735, 
Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 16 
Copyright by W. H. Browne. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Bruce (John Mitchell), joint editor with 
Daland(Judson) andFinlay i 'David W.) 
International clinics, v. 1. Eighth 
series. 1898. 

Brunswick-Balk e Collender co. A com- 
plete hand-book of standard rules of all 
the prominent games of billiards and 
pool . . . [New York], Brunswick- 
Balke-Collender co., 1898. illus. title. 
103 [1] pp. illus.pl. 12°. cop. (1898, 
no. 18254, Mar. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22. 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Bruuswick-Balke- Col- 
lender co.. New York. 



Authors — Continued. 

Burrow (Charles Kennett). The fire of 
life . . . New York, H. Holt & co., 
1898. iv. 323 pp. 12 c . cop. (1898, no. 
24080, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 18 

Copyright by H. Holt & co., New 
York. 

Bury (Blaze de). See Blaze de Bury. 

Butler (Nicholas Murray), editor. See 
The great educators. 

Christmas story book. Little stories and 
rhymes for little people . . . [anon.] 
Boston, Lothrop pub. co., [1898.] [160] 
pp. illus. pi. 4°. cop. (Wide awake 
series.) (1898, no. 25646, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 19 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Clarke (William Newton). An outline 
of Christian theology. New York, C. 
ScribneFs sons, 1898. ix, 488 pp. 8°. 
cop. (1898, no. 25358. Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sous, 
New York. 

The concise knowledge library. 

Heilprin (Louis). The historical ref- 
erence book. 5th ed. 1898. 

Cornell studies in classical philology. 
See Cornell university. 

Cornell university. Cornell studies in 
classical philology. Edited by B. I. 
Wheeler, C. K. Bennett, and G. P. Bris- 
tol, v. 6 and 7. [Xew York, For the 
university by Macniillan co. Ithaca, 
printed 1898.' 8°. cop. 
Contents : 
v. 6, Elmer (H. C), Studies in Latin 

moods and tenses, 
v. 7, Ferguson (W. S.), The Athenian 
secretaries. 

Crane (Stephen). The open boat, and 
other tales of adventure. New York, 
Doubledav & McClure co., 1898. 4 p. 
1. 336 pp. 16°. cop. 
Contents: 
The open boat. p. 1. 
A man and some others, p. 65. 
One dash — horses, p. 105. 
Flanagan, p. 139. 
The bride comes to Y'ellow Sky. p. 

181. 
The wise men. p. 213. 
Death and the child, p. 247. 
The five white mice, p. 301. 
(1898, no. 24290, Apr. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18,1898.) 21 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New Y r ork. 



157 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continukij 



Authors — Continued. 

Crawshaw (W. EL, editor). See Dryden J 
(John), Palamon and Arcite. 

Crockett (Samuel Rutherford). The 
standard bearer. New York, D. Apple- 
ton & co., 1898. x, 359 pp. 12°. cop. 
(2 copies.) (1898, no. 23576, Apr. 14. 
2 copies (paper) rec'd Apr. 19, 1898, and 
2 copies (cloth) rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

22 
Copyright by S. R. Crockett, Eng- 
land. 
Curtin (Jeremiah). Sienkiewicz (Hen- 
ryk.) On the bright shore, 1898. 

Dail (C.C.) The stone giant. A story 
of the Mammoth Cave. London and 
New York, L<\ T. Neely [1898]. 235 pp. 
12°. cop. (Neely's continental libra- 
ry, no. 7.) (1898, no. 11490, Mar. 1. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 23 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 

Daland (Judson), and Bruce (John M.), 
and Finlay (David W.) ed. Interna- 
tional clinics, v. 1. Eighth series, 1898. 

Davidson (Thomas). 1840 — Rousseau and 
education according to nature. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1898. vii, 253 
pp. 12°. cop. (The great educators.) 
(1898, no. 25362, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23,1898.) 24 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 

De Bury, Blaze. See Blaze de Bury. 

Dillingham's metropolitan library, no. 

37. [Beckman, Edwin.] A member of 

Congress. By W. Wentworth [pseud.] 

1898. 
A diplomat. See The rise and fall of the 

United States. [1898.] 

Dixon (L).B.,ed.) Machinists' and en- 
gineers' pocket manual . . . Chicago, 
Laird & Lee. 1898. 1 p.l. 381 pp. 
illus. pi. 18°. cop. (1898, no. 19615, 
Mar. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 25 
Copyright by William H. Lee, Chi- 
cago. 

* Dryden (John). Palamon and Arcite. 
Edited by W. 11. Crawshaw. 16°. Bos- 
ton, D. C. 1 feath & co., 1898. [Heath's 
English classics.] (1898, no. 19100, Mar. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by W. 1 1. Crawshaw, Ham- 
ilton, N. V'. 

Edited by Alexander S. Twombly. 

12°. Boston, Silver, Burdett vV co., 
1898. [Silver scries of English classics. J 
(1898, no. 20159, Mar. 28. " 2 copies reo'd 
Mar. 28, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 



Authors — Continued. 

Dunbar (Paul Laurence). Theuncalled. 
A novel. 8°. Philadelphia. J. B. Lip- 
pineott co., [n. d. | | Lippincott's 
monthly magazine, May, 1898.] (1898, 
no. 24867, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 28 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 

Eggers (J. F.) Bienenzucht und honig- 
gewiunung nach der neuesten metli- 
ode . . . Grand Island, Xebr. : J. F. 
Eggers, 1898. 51pp. [11.] illus. 12°. 
cop. (1898,no. 22872, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by J. F. Eggers, Grand 
Island, Nebr. 

Elder (William). Ideas from nature; 
talks with students. Philadelphia, 
Amer. Baptist pub. sor;., [1898.] 202pp. 
12°. cop. (1898, no. 16201, Mar. !». 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 30 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
soc, Philadelphia. 

Elmer (Herbert Charles). Studies in 
Latin moods and tenses. [New York, 
For the university, by McMillan co. 
Ithaca, printed.] 1898. 1 p. 1. ix, 231 
pp. 8°. cop. (Cornell university. Cor- 
nell studies in classical philology, v. 6. 
(1898, no. 20437, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by Cornell university, Ith- 
aca, N. Y. 

The ethical series, 
v. 3. Hobbes, Thomas. The ethics of 
Hobbes. 1898. 

Farm implement news. Buyer's guide. 
Issued annually, v. 8. Chicago. Farm 
implement news co., 1898. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 22005, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 

Fenu (George Manville). Awoman worth 
winning. Chicago and New York, 
Rand, McNally & co., [1898]. 297 pp. 
L2°. cop. (Globe library, no. 
(1898, no. 21980, Apr. 6, 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20. L898.) 
Copyright by Rand, MoNally A co.. 
Chicago. 

Ferguson (William Scott), I'lie Athe- 
nian secretaries. |\c\\ York. For 
the university. l>v the Macmillan co. 
Ithaca, printed |. L898, 1 p. 1. Lv, 
80 pp. s . cop. (Cornell uui> < 
Cornell studies in classical philol 
v, 7.) ( L898, \\^. 23695, Apr. II. 2< 
rec'd Aim-, is. :• 
Copyright bv Cornell univers 
Ithaca. \. Y. 



158 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Field (Henry M[artyn]). From the 
lakes of Killarney to the Golden Horn. 
20th ed., rev. New York, C. Scribner's 
sons, 1898. 3 p. 1. 327 pp. port. map. 
8°. cop. (1898, no. 25360, Apr. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.; 35 

Note. — This is the first part of a journey round 
the world, of which the second part is pub- 
lished with the title, " From Egypt to Japan." 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 

Finlay (David AY.), joint editor with 
Daland (Judsonj, and Bruce (John M). 
International clinics, v. 1. Eighth 



Fireside treasures. Prose and verse for 
our young folks . . . [anon.] Boston, 
Lothrop pub. co., [1898]. [160] pp. 
illus. pi. 4°. cop. (Wide awake se- 
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rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 
Fleming (William H.) How to study 
Shakespeare, with an introduction bv 
AV. J. Rolfe. New York, Doubleday & 
McClure co., 1898. xv, [1 1.] 429 pp. 
16°. cop. (1898. no. 24289, Apr. 18. 2 
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Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 

Four thousand questions and answers on 
the Old and New Testaments. Intended 
to open up the Scriptures. For the use 
of students and Sunday-school teachers. 
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delphia, A. J. Holman & co. [1898]. 
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20372, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 38 

Copyright by A. J. Holman & co., 
Philadelphia. 
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v. 5, no. 5. Glanville, A[lbert]. War 
and the good of it, [1898]. 

French (G[eorge] H.) A manual of dis- 
section and histology, for the use of 
classes in physiology in high schools, 
normal schools, and academies. Phila- 
delphia, J. B. Lippincott co., [1898]. 
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25365, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 
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Geuung (John Franklin). AA r hat a carpen- 
ter did with his Bible. IS ew York and 
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Glanville (A[lbert]). War and the good 
of it; the dangers of peace. Chicago 
and New York, W. B. Conkey co., [1898]. 
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4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) ' 41 
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Globe library. 

no. 280. Fenn (George M.) A woman 
worth winning. 1898. 
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blindfold game, [1898]. 

Great (The) educators. Edited by Nich- 
olas M. Butler. 

Davidson, Thomas. 1840. 

Rousseau and education according 

to nature. 1898. 

Grinnell (AY. M., author). See The rise 
and fall of the United States, [1898]. 

Hamblen (Herbert Elliott). The general 
manager's story ; old-time reminis- 
cences of railroading in the United 
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Heilprin (Louis). The historical reference 
book. Comprising a chronological ta- 
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biographical dictionary. 5th ed., with 
a supplement. New York, D. Appleton 
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cop. (The concise knowledge library.) 
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Apr. 21, 1898.) 43 

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York. 

Hichens (Robert), joint author with 
Traill (H[enry] D.) The medicine man, 
[1898]. 

Hiscox (Gardner D.) Gas, gasoline, and 
oil vapor engines ... 2d ed., rev. and 
enl. New York, N. W. Henley & co., 
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Hobbes (Thomas). The ethics of Hobbes, 
as contained in selections from his 
works. With an introduction by E. H. 
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377 pp. 12°. cop. (The ethical series. 
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rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 45 

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Hocking (Silas K.) The culture of man- 
hood. New York and Boston, T. Y. Cro- 
well & co., [1898]. 32 pp. 12°. cop. 
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Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell & 
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Holbrook (Amelia Weed). "Whiz," a 
story of the mines. Chicago, Laird & 
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24149, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 47 

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Holman (A. J., & co., publishers). A 
pictorial pilgrimage through Bible 
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scriptions.) 8°. cop. (1898, no. 23897, 
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Philadelphia. 

See Four thousand questions and 

answers on the Old and New Testa- 
ments, [1898]. 

Hun (Marcus T., reporter). New York 
(State) Supreme court. Reports of 
cases, [1898]. 

Hyde (William De Witt). The evolution 
of the college student. New York and 
Boston, T. Y. Crowell & co., [1898]. 
39 pp. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 24292, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 49 
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International clinics. A quarterly of 
clinical lectures. Edited by J. Dal and, 
J.M. Bruce, D.W.Finlay. v. 1. Eighth 
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International (The) correspondence 
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1898.) 51 

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Johnson (Rossiter, editor). A history of 
the World's Columbian exposition, held 
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York. 

Johnson (William Henry). The king's 
henchman ; a chronicle of the sixteenth 
century. Boston, Little, Brown &, co. 
1898. vii, 293 pp. 12°. cop. (1897, 
no. 62887, Nov. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19, 1898.) 53 

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bridge, Mass. 

Ketchum (Preston). The game of 
draughts. Flora Temple branch of the 
single corner opening . . . Madison, 
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Copyright by P. Ketchum, Madison, 
Wis. 

King (Moses, editor). King's views of 
the New York stock exchange . . . His- 
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illus. port. fol. cop. Cover title. (1898, 
no. 22129, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by M. King, New York. 

La Roche (F.) En route to the Klondike. 
A series of photographic views . . . 
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23,1898.) -~>6 

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Lessons in arithmetic, pt. 1. [anon.] 
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cop. (1898, no. 23627, Apr. 14. 2 copies 

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St. Louis. Mo. 

Longfellow (Henry Wads worth). The 
song of Hiawatha. With illustrations, 
notes, and a vocabulary. In 2 pans, 
pt. 2. Boston, Now York [etc. |, Hough- 
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McCormick (Charles X.) Optical truths. 
Chicago, McCormick optical college. 
[1898.] 152 pp. illus. pi. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 15713. Mar. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
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Manual (The) of statistics, 1898. Stock 
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York. 

Mathews (W[illiam] S[mith] B[ab- 
cock]). The masters and their music 
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and critical annotations . . . introduc- 
tion to music as literature. Philadel- 
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Meek (Henry M., comp.). See The 
Wakefield, Stoneham, Reading, North 
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Meredith (George). Poems. New York, 

C. Scribner's sons, 1898. 2 v. 12°. cop. 

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Michie (Thomas J., editor). American and 
English corporation cases. A collection 
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every kind, other than municipal and 
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cop. (1898^ no. 25418, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
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Mills (GlenV., publisher) . . . Directory 
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22974, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 
1898.) ~ F 6 £ 

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Moody (Helen Watterson). The unquiet 
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viii, [1 1.] 159 pp. 12°. cop. (1898, 
no. 25359, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
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New York. 

''Morgan (G. Campbell). The hidden 
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1898.) 67 

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York. 

Moses (Thomas). Half-hours with the 
Christ. Philadelphia, Ainer. Baptist 
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cop. (1898, no. 16202, Mar. 9. 2 copies 
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society, Philadelphia. 

Myers (Minnie Walter). Romance and 
realism of the southern gulf coast. 
Cincinnati, The R. Clarke co., 1898. xi, 
137 pp. illus. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 24287, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 69 
Copyright by Mrs. M. W. Myers, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

National reporter system. State series. 
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Neely's continental library. 

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Neely's popular library, 
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New York (State) Supreme court. Re- 
ports of cases heard and determined in 
the appellate division of the supreme 
court of the state of New York. Mar- 
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York. 

Oppenheim, Nathan. The development 
of the child. New York and London, 
Macmillan co. 1898. viii [1 1.], 296 
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Packard, Alpheus Spring, jr. A text- 
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anatomy, physiology, embryology, and 
metamorphoses of insects . . . New 
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xvii, 729 pp. illus. pi. 8 C . cop. (1898, 
no. 24626, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
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Copyright by Macmillan co., New 
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Page, Thomas Nelson. Two prisoners. 
New York, R. H. Russell. 1898. 82 pp. 
pi. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 23213, Apr. 
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Pastime series. 

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Peabody, Francis Greenwood. Founder's 
day at Hampton ; an address in mem- 
ory of Samuel Chapman Armstrong, 
Jan. 30, 1898. Boston and New York, 
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no. 24284, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 74 

Copyright by F. G. Peabody, Cam- 
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Pierce, Frank. Index ; laws of Washing- 
ton .. . 1854-1897 . . . Seattle, Trib- 
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Copyright by F. Pierce, Seattle, 
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Polk, R. L. &co., pub . . . Numerical and 
classified telephone directory; Pitts- 
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1898. v. 1. no. 1. [Detroit], R. L. 
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22408, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 
1898.) 76 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., De- 
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Pollard (Rebecca S.) and Thomas (Isaac), j 
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pp. pi. port. 12°. cop. (1898, no. ! 
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* Pope (Alexander, translator) . Homer's 
Iliad. Books 1, 6, 22, 21. Edited by 
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*fc co., 1898. (1898. no. 18566, Mar. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, L898. ) 78 

Copyright by W. Tappan, Winches- 
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Read (Opie P.) The waters of Carney 
Fork; a romance of Tennessee. Chi- 
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Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

Rialto series, 
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Riley (James). Songs of two peoples. 

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pi. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 22112, Apr. 

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Sargent (Charles Sprague). The silva of 
North America; a description of the 
trees which grow naturally in North 
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and New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 

1897. fol. cop. 

Contents: 

v. 11. Conifer* (pinus). (1898, no. 
13040. Feb. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
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line, Mass. 

Savage (Richard Henry). In the swim; a 
story of currents and undercurrents in 
gayest New York. Chicago and New 
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Copyright by R. H. Savage, New 
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Schmidt (F. G. G.) See AYildenbruch 
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Senat (Prosper L., com.). Through the 
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Sergeant (Adeline). Love story of Mar- 
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Copyright by Rand, McNally & co , 
Chicago. 

Shipmasters' association of the great 
lakes. Directory containing names, 
pennant numbers, and addresses of all 
members of the Shipmasters' associa- 
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Cleveland, Marine review print. 1898. 
16°. cop. (1898, no. 18676, Mar. 21. 
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Copyright by W. A. Collier, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

* Sienkiewicz (Henryk). On the bright 
shore. Translated by Jeremiah Cur- 
tin. 12 c . Boston. Little, Brown & co., 

1898. (1898, no. 19555, Mar. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 25, 1898.) 89 

Copyright by J. Curtin, Bristol, Yt. 

To which is added That third woman. 

Authorized and unabridged translation 
from the Polish by Jeremiah Curtin. 
Boston, Little, Brown & co., 1898. 68 
pp. 12 c . cop. (Beacon series.) (1898, 
no. 22803, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19. 1898.) 90 

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Smith (Francis Hopkinson). Well-worn 
roads of Spain, Holland, and Italy trav- 
eled by a painter in search of the pic- 
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Copyright by F. H. Smith, New York. 

Smith (Harriette Knight). The history 
of the Lowell institute. Boston, New 
Y^ork [etc.] Lamson, Wolffe & co., 
1898. x, 125 up. pi. port. 12°. cop. 
(1898, no. 16059, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
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Sneath (E. Hershey, editor). 
Hobbes (Thomas). The ethics of 
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Southeastern (The) reporter, v. 28. Con- 
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Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
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Spectator co. (publisher). Handy guide 
to premium rates, application and poli- 
cies of American lite insurance compa- 
nies . . . 7th annual ed., 1898. New 
York, Spectator co., 1898. 573 pp. 8°. 
cop. (1898, no. 7690, Jan. 25. 2 copies 
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Copyright by Spectator co., New 
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Sprague (WilliamC.) Sprague's speeches. 
A collection of after-dinner speeches 
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pp. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 23591, Apr. 14. 

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Copyright by Collector pub. co., De- 
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Steam engineering series, 
v. 1. Barr (William M.) Boilers and 
furnaces. 1898. 

Stephens (Robert Neilson). The conti- 
nental dragoon. A love story of Phil- 
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by H. C. Edwards. Boston, L. C. Page 
& co., 1898. 299 pp. pi. 12°. cop. 
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Stockton (Frank Richard;. The girl at 
Cobhurst. New York, C. Scribner's 
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(1898, no. 25361, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 
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Copyright by C. Scribner's sons, New j 
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Stoddard (John Lawson). John L. Stod- 
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Contents: 

v. 5, Paris; La belle France; Spain. \ 

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York. 

Story (Alfred T.) The story of photog- 
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Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
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Story hour; a budget of good things for 
young readers . . . [anon.] Boston, Lo- 
throppub.co., [1898.] [160] pp. illus. 
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Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
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Swan (Maggie). Life's blindfold game. 
Chicago and New York, Rand, Morally 
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(Globe library, v. 2, no. 285.) (1898, 
no. 21981, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18, 1898.) 101 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

Swensson (Carl). Again in Sweden. 
Sketches and reminiscences. 12°. 
Chicago, Swedish book co., [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 21459. Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.)' 102 

Copyright by C. Swensson, Linds- 
borg, Kans. 

Tanner (Joseph M., reporter). Utah. 
Supreme court. Reports of cases; 1896. 

1898. 

Textile record co (publisher). See Amer- 
ican (The) directory of the hosiery and 
knit goods manufacturers of the United 
States and Canada, 1898. 



Authors— Continued. 

Thomas (Isaac), joint compiler with Pol- 
lard (Rebecca S). Pollard's advanced 
reader, [1898]. 

Through the greens and golfer's year- 
book, containing field maps and official 
data of the prominent golf clubs and 
associations for 1898. Compiled by 
Prosper L. Senat. Philadelphia, Gol- 
fer's year-book co., 1898. 80 pp. 
pi. port. maps. 4°. cop. (Phila- 
delphia section). (1898, no. 8806, Jan. 
31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 103 
Copyright by P. L. Senat, Philadel- 
phia. 

Traill (H[enry] D[uff]) and Hichena 
(Robert [Smythe]). The medicine 
man. [New York, De Yinne press, 
1898], 99 pp. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 
23574, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 104 

Copyright by Henry Irving, London, 
England. 

Trow's business and residential directory 
of the borough of Queens, city of New 
York . . . 1898. v. 1. Published an- 
nually. New York, Trow directory, 
printing and bookbinding co. [1898.] 
8°. cop. (1898. no. 21993. Apr. 6. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 1898.) 105 

Copyright by Trow directory, print- 
ing and bookbinding co., New 
York. 

Trow's business and residential directory 
of the borough of Richmond, city 
of New York . . . 1898. v. 1. Pub- 
lished annually. New York. Trow 
directory, printing, and bookbind- 
ing co. ' [1898.] 8^. cop. (1898. no. 
19720. Mar. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22,1898.) 106 

Copyright by Trow directory, print- 
ing, and bookbinding co., New- 
York. 

Trow's business and residential director; 
of the boroughs of Brooklyn and 
Queens, city of New York . . . l s i ls . 
v.l. Published annually. New York, 
Trow directory, printing, and book- 
bindingco. [1898.] 8°. cop. 
no. 23893, Apr. 15. 'J copies rec'd A.pr. 
22, L898.) u '~ 

Copyright by Trow directly, print- 
ing, and bookbinding oo., New 
York. 

Twomblv (Alexander S., editor). See 
Dryden (John), Pal am on, and Arcite. 



164 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors—' Continued. 

Underwood (Mary Lanman), An Ameri- 
can mother, and other stories. Wau- 
sau, Wis., Tan Yechten & Ellis. ] 898. 
4 p. 1. 19-290 pp. 12-. cop. 
Contents : 
An American mother; The baby's 
inheritance; Agatha Sage; A 
common ambition; An unat- 
tractive girl; AirWan Twiller's 
strange alibi; Miss Quinley's 
story; The christening of Janet 
Grace; A seceding Puritan; Mrs. 
Barnaby ; The in v asi o n of 
Michael ; A triumph of mind. 
(1898, no. 7571, Jan. 21. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 108 

Copyright by A an Yechten & Ellis, 
AVausau. Wis. 

Utah. Supreme court. Reports of cases 
determined in the supreme court of the 
state of Utah from the January term, 
1896, to the September term. 1896. 
Joseph M. Tanner, reporter. v. 15. 
Chicago, Callaghan & eo. 1898. 8°. 
cop. 

Utah state reports, v. 3. (1898.no. 
25081. Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 109 

Copyright by Callaghan & co.. Chi- 
cago. 
*Veysey (Arthur Henry). A pedigree 
in pawn. 12°. Nevr York, G.W.Dil- 
lingham co. 1898. (1898. no. 10972, 
Feb. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 110 
Copyright by A. H. Yeysey, Xew 
York. 
Wakefield (The), Stoneham, Reading, 
Xorth Reading, and Lynnrield direc- 
tory ... no. 11. 1898-1899. Com- 
piled and published bv Henry M. Meek. 
Salem, Mass., H. M. Meek. 1898. 8 G . 
cop. (1898, no. 22023, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by H. M. Meek, Salem, 
Mass. 
* Walton (John Whittlesey). The Mosaic 
code as viewed from the end of the 
XIX century. Read before the Cleve- 
land council of sociology. 16 : . Cleve- 
land, Ohio, Forman-Bassett-Hatch co.. 
1898. (1898, no. 11653, Feb. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 15, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by J. AY. Walton, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

AYeimer (Albert B.) The law of private 
corporations in Pennsylvania. Phila- 
delphia, T. and J. W. Johnson & co. 
1898. 2 v. 8°. cop. (1898, nos. 25154- 
25155, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23. 
1898.) 113 

Copyright by T. <fc J. W. Johnson 
& co., Philadelphia. 



Authors — Continued. 

AA'entworth (William), [pseud.] See 
[Beekinan, Edwin.] 

Wheeler. Benjamin Ide, and Bennett. 
Charles E., and Bristol, George P., ed. 
Cornell university, Cornell studies in 
classical philology. 

AA'hite (H. H. ) A notarial guide and book 
of forms; for the use of notaries, clerks 
of court, and lawyers. Xew Orleans, 
F. F. Hansell & bro., 1897. viii, 620 
pi). 8°. cop. (1898. no. 22541, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 114 

Copyright by F. F. Hansell &, co., 
Xew Orleans, La. 

AVhite (Alatthew, jr.) A born aristocrat. 
A storv of the stage. Xew York. F. A. 
Munsev, 1898. Title. 228 pp. 16 : . 
cop. (1898, no. 18457, Alar. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 115 

Copvright by F. A. Alimsev, Xew 
York. 

Wide awake. Stories and tales for boys 
and girls . . . [anon.] Boston, Loth- 
roppnb. co. [1898]. [160] pp. illus. pi. 
4°. co}). (AVide awake series.) (1898, 
no. 25645, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 116 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

AVide awake series. 

Christmas story book, [anon., 1898.] 
Fireside treasures, [anon., 1898.] 
Story hour, [anon., 1898.] 
AVide awake, [anon., 1898.] 

* Wildenbruch (Ernst von). Das edle 
Blut; erzahlung. Edited with an intro- 
duction and notes bv F. G. G. Schmidt. 
12°. Boston, D. C. Heath & co.. 1898. 
(1898, no. 23354, Anr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1898.) ' 117 

Copyright by F. G. G. Schmidt, 
Eugene, Or eg. 

AA T ilson (Lucy Langdon AVilliams). 
Nature study in elementary schools; 
reader; myths, stories, poems. Xew 
York and London, Macmillan co., 1898. 
sv, 181 pp. illus. pi. 12~. cop. 
(1898, no. 25075, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 118 

Copvright bv Macmillan co., Xew 
York. 

AA T oodrutf (Edwin H.) Introduction to 
the study of law. Xew York, Baker, 
A^oorhis <fc co., 1898. 3p.l. 89 pp. 12°. 
cop . (1898, no. 18212, Mar. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by E. H. AVoodruff. Ithaca, 
N.Y. 



165 

I. BO©ItS-(2) MISCEIiliAWEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 

titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalog 



Titles. 

Abbott (D. Q.) Geography of Georgia. 

(1898. no. 23601, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by American book co., 

jSew York. 

Advisory rates of Alta Yista, Chickasaw 

Comity, Iowa. v. 15. (1898, no. 25423. 

Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 2 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

Davenport, Iowa. (1898, no. 24671, 

Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 3 
Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

Lenox, Taylor co., Iowa, v. 231. (1898, 

no. 25424, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22,1898.) 4 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

American and English encyclopaedia, 
decisions. [Shephard's adhesive anno- 
tations.] (1898, no. 24360, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 5 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 



American school of correspondence. A 
technical school lor mechanics. (1898, 
no. 19970, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18, 1898. ) 6 

Copyright by American school of cor- 
respondence, Boston. 

Arithmetic instruction paper. Book 1, 
part 1. [The electrical engineer insti- 
tute of correspondence instruction, 
inc.] (1898, no. 25169, Apr. 21. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) ' 7 

Copyright by Electrical engineer in- 
stitute of correspondence instruc- 
tion, New York. 

Arithmetic question paper. Book 1. 
part 1. (1898, no. 25653, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by Electrical engineer in- 
stitute of correspondence instruc- 
tion, New York. 

Arithmetic. Section 1. Question paper. 

1st ed. (1898, no. 22892. Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co.. 
iScranton, Pa. 

Section 2. Question paper. 1st ed. 

(1898, no. 22893, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, L898.) 10 

Copyright by Colliery engineer oo., 
Sevan ton. Pa, 



Titles — Continued. 

Astrology. (1898, no. 24599, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ; 11 

Copyright by Phelpspub. co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Atteberry (Thomas G.) Ten reasons why 
I believe in Divine healing. (1898, no. 
23908, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898. ) 12 

Copyright by T. G. Atteberry, Boze- 
man, Mont. 
Baby cards. (1898, no. 24878, Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 1 3 

Copyright by Globe ptg. co., Leipsic, 
Ohio. 
Balance sheet accounting system. Con- 
fidential inquiries. (1898, no. 24667, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

14 
Copyright by A. O. Kittredge. New 
York. 
Best (Duncan C.) Cracker jack, foot- 
light fun, and faces. (1898, no. 9572. 
Feb. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 15 
Copyright by D. C. Best; Hillsboro, 
Ills. 
* Biggs (Dan)- Manufacturers' secrets 
revealed. (1898, no. 11857, Feb. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by D. Biggs. Denton, Tex. 
Brannan (B. L.) Remember the Maine. 
(1898, no. 24669, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) L7 

Copyright by William J. A. Lieder. 
New York. 
Browne (W. H.) A treatise on the law 
of trade-marks and analogous subjects. 
(1898, no. 23215, Apr. 12. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by William Henry Browne, 
Washington. D. C. 
California supreme court decisions. 
[Shepard's adhesive annotations, i Sup- 
plement to v. 117 and 118. (1898, no. 
24361, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L8, 
% 1898.i 19 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 
Camps and camping, Klondike and 
Alaska. (1898, no. 25160, Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 21. L898. ) 20 

Copyright by C. B. Talbot, rac< 
Wash. 
Capellier ( Leon). Fourteen French les- 
sons oi' the Coins de ['alliance. Fran- 
caise. [From 31 to 10, inclusive, and 
four lessons on pronunciatioi 
no. 20860, Mar. 31. 2 copies re, Y 
31, L898.) 21 

Copyright by L. Capellier, Denver, 
Colo. 



166 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Civil war flotsam. (1898, no. 24380, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 22 
Copyright by Martha McWillianis, 
U. S. 

Cobb (Eleanor). Sleepy song. (1898, no. 
24155, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 23 

Copyright by E. Cobb, Boston. 

Comparative efficiency of United States 
and Spanish navies. (1898, no. 24366, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

24 
Copyright by Vechten Waring, New 
York. 

Course in penmanship. Lesson no. 2. 

(1898, no. 24866, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Cuba and the wrecked Maine. With de- 
scriptive text. Reproduction of pho- 
tographs, pt. 7. [The travel series, 
no. 27.] (1898, no. 24307, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Belford, Middlebrook 
& co., Chicago. 

Cuba, the queen of the Antilles, pt. 9. 

[The travel series, no. 29.] - (1898, no. 

25112, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) ' 27 

Copyright by Belford, Middlebrook 

& co., Chicago. 

Dowell(A. B.) A jilted lover. (1898, no. 

24300, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 28 

Copyright by A. B. Dowell, Vinton, 

Iowa. 

Economic (The) hundredth-mill tax ta- 
bles. (1898, no. 25379, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by Derby & Mills, West 
Alexandria, Ohio. 

* First Presbyterian church, Wichita, 

Kans. This is to certify that . 

(1898, no. 20160, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 28, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by Yucca co., Wichita, 
Kans. 

*Guaiaquin. (Guaiacol bisulphonate of 

quinine.) (1898, no. 18565, Mar. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 19, 1898. ) 31 

Copyright by McKesson & Robbins, 

New York. 

Haines (J.J.) Our country united. (1898, 
no. 25129, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by James J. Haines, Bos- 
ton. 



Titles — Continued. 

Handy (A) book of price lists and miscel- 
laneous information for the office and 
workshop. (1898, no. 20612, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 33 

Copyright by W. Bingham co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Hawaiian (The) islands. "The Paradise 
of the Pacific." pt. 4. The Hawaiian 
islands. [The travel series, no. 28.] 
(1898, no. 25.113, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by Belford, Middlebrook 
<fe co., Chicago. 

no. 30. (1898, no. 25114, Apr. 21. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by Belford, Middlebrook 
& co., Chicago. 

Heat. Instruction paper. (1898, no. 
23376, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898. ) 36 

Copyright by American school of cor- 
respondence, Boston. 

Help for mankind. (1898, no. 21467, Apr. 
4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) ' 37 
Copyright by Pasteur medicine co., 
Chicago. 

Hercules glue for emery work. (1898, no. 

22312, Anr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 38 

Copyright by Rogers- & Pyatt, New 

York. 

Hillis (N. D.) The modern church and 

its claim upon patriots and citizens. 

(1898, eo. 24915, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 39 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 

New York. 

Historical chart of the United States. 

(1898, no. 24273, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by James Phillips Taylor, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Historical Ligonier valley. A souvenir 

(1898, no. 20393, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by William G. Irwin, 

Ligonier, Pa. 

Hot (A) time in Cuba, (1898, no. 25430, 
Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

42 
Copyright by J. R. Midcap, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Illinois. Reports of cases at law and in 
chancery, v. 170. I. N. Phillips, repor- 
ter. (1898, no. 24280, Apr. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Isaac Newton Phillips, 



167 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Illustrated catalogue of the Sturtevant 
engines for electric-light plants and 
general high grade work. no. 103. 
(1898, no. 19151, Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Sturtevant eugineering 
co. ? Boston. 

Imperial landis. (1898, no. 25652, Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 45 
Copyright by John R. Free, New 
York. 

In memoriam. (1898, no. 25374, Apr. 22. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 46 

Copyright by James Pott & co., New 
York. 

Italy. Traveling list. [Anna Ticknor 

library assn.] (1898, no. 23955, Apr. 15. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by A. Ticknor library 

assn, Boston. 

Leo (Henry). The disaster to the battle 

ship Maine and the Cuban warfare. 

(1898, no. 24880, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by Kleine optical co., 

Chicago. 

Lewis's patent siphon jet water-closet. 

"Reliable." Circular C-12. (1898, no. 

23677, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 49 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 

List of street railways, etc. (1898, no. 

25425, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd. Apr. 22, 

1898.) 50 

Copyright by Buyer's reference co., 

New York. 

Logarithms. Instruction paper, 3d ed. 

(1898, no. 23638, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scrauton, Pa. 

McKiel (J. M.) Robert Burns. A poem. 
(1898, no. 17997, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Joseph Monroe McKiel, j 
Mt. Carroll, 111. 

Mechanical drawing, pt. 5. (1898, no. 
19971, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18. 
1898.) 53 

Copyright by American school of ! 
correspondence, Boston. 

Mechanics, pt. 2. Instruction paper. 

no. 6. (189S, no. 16062, Mar. 8. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 18. 1898.) 54 

Copyright by American school of 

correspondence, Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

Memorial of the U. S. battleship Maine. 

(1898, no. 17358, Mar. 14. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by Osgood art colortype 

co., Chicago. 

Meston (A. J.) The Galton law of 

heredity, and how breeders may apply 

it. (1898, no. 23237, Apr. 12. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 19,1898.) 56 

Copyright by A. J. Meston, Pittsfield, 

Mass. 

Missouri overruled cases. (1898, no. 25091, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

57 
Copyright by W. D. Jameson, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Monroe (C. L.) Break the news to father. 

(1898, no. 25110, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by Charles L. Monroe, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

National (The) fraternal league, New 

Haven, Conn. (1898, no. 23380, Apr. 13. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Geo. H. Woodruff, New 

Haven, Conn. 

* New (The) century svstem of skirt cut- 
ting, no. 1000. (1898, no. 21162, Apr. 1. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 2, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by W. Spauldiug, Toronto, 
Ontario. 

New (The) era. (1898, no. 21315. Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 61 

Copyright by C. D. Sharrow and A. 
M. Webster, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Note-book (A) for the physical labora- 
tory. (1898,no. 7509, Jan. 21. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11,1898.) 62 

Copyright by George Wahr. Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

O'Brien (W.) A queen of men. 1^1898. 

no. 24614, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by Win. O'Brien. Ireland. 

Ohio. Reports of cases argued ami de- 
termined in the circuit court. \. L5. 
Apr. 18. 1898. no. 11. Carl (i. .lahn. 
editor. (1898, no. 24320, Apr. iv _ 
copies rec'd Apr. IS. 1898.) »•' 

Copyright by C. Gt. Jabn, Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Old Testament heroes. The child's 
monthly, v. 8. no. 5. le&S 
(The Bible stud j anion lessons. | 
no. 21157. Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
18. L898.) 
Copyright b\ Bible study pub 
Boston. 



168 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Palmer (Walter K.) The designing of 
cone pulleys. (1897, no. 71055, Dec. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 66 

Copyright by W. K. Palmer, Law- 
rence, Kaus. 

Pedagogics of grammar. Question pa- 
per, 1st ed., pt. 1, 202 A: pt. 2, 202 B; 
pt. 3,202 C; pt. 4, 202 D. (1898. nos. 
24641-24644, Apr. 19. 2 copies each rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898. ) 67-70 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 



Pocket register of life associations. 

(1898, no. 7696, Jan. 25. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 71 

Copyright hv Spectator co., New 

York. 

* Portraits and brief biography of all the 
presidents of the United States. (1898, 
no. 18675, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
28,1898.) 72 

Copyright by James X. Crabb, In- 
diauapolis, Ind. 

* Proofs of death forms. Complete text. 
Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 21156, Apr. 1. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898. ) 73 

Copyright by A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 
Park, 111. 

Queen & co.'s manual of practical draft- 
ing. 1st ed. (1898, no. 25106, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) ' 74 

Copyright by Queen & co., Philadel- 
phia. 

* "Ready reference telephone card." 
Writing pad attached. (1898, no. 
19304. Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 23, 
1898.) 75 

Copyright by Arthur E. Corliss, Port- 
land. Me, ' 

Reveries (The) of a bachelor maid. (1898, 

no. 24295. Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

18,1898.) 76 

Copyright by Royal tailors, Chicago. 

Roach (T. E.) Remember the Maine. 
(1898. no. 24666, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by Thos. E. Roach, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Ross (J. D.) Rule Anglo-Saxia, (1898, 

no. 25587. Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

23.1898.) 78 

Copyright by James D. Ross, Truro, 

Nova Scotia. 

Shearer (A. A.) Dose vedding pells vill 

not ring oudt. A parody. (1898. no. 

24891, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 

1898.) 79 

Copyright by Andrew A. Shearer, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Titles — Continued. 

Shearer (A. A.) Parody on Banks of the 

Wabash far away. "(1898, no. 24890, 

Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 

1898.) 80 

Copyright by Andrew A. Shearer, 

Rochester. N. Y. 

Silent voices. (1898, no. 22127, Apr. 7. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by Miss Jessie Inwood, 
Nevada, Mo. 

Spirometer primer. (1898, no. 25602, Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 82 
Copyright bv Adna G. Bo wen, New 
York. 

Sportsmen's preservaline. (1898. no. 

25122. Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 83 

Copyright by Preservaline mfg. co., 

New York. 

Stark fruit book. (1898. no. 24316, Apr. 18. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 84 

Copyright by Stark bros., Louisiana, 

Mo. 

Stonebridge (George Ehler). Remember 

the Maine. (1898, no. 25607, Apr. 23. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 85 

Copyright by G. E. Stonebridge, New 

York. 

Studies in Sabbath reform. (1898, no. 

25778, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 

1898.) 86 

Copyright by American Sabbath 

tract society, Plainfield, N. J. 

^Synopsis of risks assumed and benefits 

guaranteed. For agents' use. 6th ed. 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 21157, Apr. 1. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898. ) 87 

Copyright bv A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 

Park, 111. 

"Tennyson (Alfred, 1st Lord Tennyson). 

Crossing the bar. (1898, no. 18567, Mar. 

19. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 88 

Copyright by Blanche McManus, New 

York. 

Texas cooperative investment co. [Circu- 
lar.] (1898, no. 24877, Apr. 20. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 89 

Copyright by Texas cooperative in- 
vestment co., Fort Worth, Tex. 

Thompson (Sank). The key to health. 
(1898, no. 24312, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by S. Thompson, Cotton- 
dale, Ala. 

*Told by a photograph. (1898. no. 21304, 
Apr. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 91 
Copyright bv L Hartnett, St. Louis, 
Mo. 



169 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Urquhart-Lee (M.) Parliamentary dia- 
gram. (1898, no. 25377, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by Mrs. Mary Urquhart- 
Lee, Chicago. 

Varley (M. S.") Our sailors of the Maine. 

(1898, no. 21302, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 93 

Copyright by M. S. Yarley, Chicago. 

*Walrond (Geo. W.) Astronomical chart 

of birth. (1898, no. 14885, Mar. 2. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1898. ) 94 

Copyright by G. W. Walrond, Denver, 

Colo. 



Titles— Continued. 



The practice 
nd book- 



*Wells (C.R.) Mail pad. 
system of business training and book- 
keeping. (1898, no. 22508, Apr. 8. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1896. ) 95 

Copyright by Williams & h'ogers, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

What to wear and where to find it. 

(1898, no. 24301, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 96 

Copyright by Hopkins, Snigle &. co., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Wilson (R. B.) Remember the Maine. 
(1898, no. 25600, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by Robert Howard Rus- 
sell, New York. 



I BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Art of wrestling. (1898, no. 25659, Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by American press ass'n, ; 
New York. 

Bab discusses matinee idols. (1898, no. 
25658, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 2 ; 

Copyright by American press ass'n, : 
New York. 

Bab's breezy budget of feminine gossip. 

(1898, no. 24381, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Balch (Thomas Willing). Jean Casimir- 

* Perier. (1898, no. 15366, Mar. 4. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by T. W. Balch, Phila- 
delphia. 

* Beard (W. Le CM Salting (The) of 

Tio Juan. (1898, no. 23180, Apr. 11. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Becket (J. J.) In the name of art. 

(1898, no. 24406, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Bicycles for 1898. Modern improvements 
in motor vehicles. (1898. no. 21680. 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 
ass'n, New York. 

20040— Vol. 15, No. 3 2 



Buchanan (Eobert). Father Anthony. 

Chaps. 1-8. (1898, no. 19320, Mar. 24. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 8 

Copyright by R. Buchanan, London, 

England. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 50-point 
switches, continued. (1898, no. 22984, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 9 
* Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

Cannon (The) and torpedo will decide. 
These terrific engines of modern war- 
fare explained. How they operate. 
(1898, no. 25665, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by Feature press. New- 
York. 

Clark (Kate Upson). A farmer woman. 

For Apr. 22, 1898. ( L898, no.24413, Apr. 

18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18. 1898. ) 1 1 

Copyright by International Literary 

and news service, Irvington. X. Y. 

Cleveland (Lucy). Belles of Saville. 

(1898, no. 24395. Apr. 18. 2 conies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by 1.. Cleveland. 1 S 

Course in literature and Literary criti- 
cism. 34. John Ruskin biographical 
study. By John Ebeneaer Bryant. 
[Chicago record's home stiulx circle.] 
(1898, no. 12643, Feb. 21. 2 copies 
Apr. 23, L898.) 
Copyright by Chicago ret 
cago, 



170 



BOOKS (NE^^YSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Crispin's (Arthur) letter. (1898, no. 24397, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 



Cuba (The) of the orient. (1898, no. 

25664, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 

1898.) 15 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 



"Current page for Apr. 10, 1898. (1898, 

no. 23185, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

9,1898.) 16 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

■ Apr. 17, 1898. (1898, no. 24411, Apr. 

18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irviugton. N. Y. 

Daily digest of selected cases. (Evening 

post, Apr. 16, 1898.) (1898, no. 24422, 

Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 20, 1898. (1898, no. 25166, Apr. 

21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 19 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 21, 1898. (1898. no. 25437, Apr. 

22. 2 copies rec'd Apr.' 22, 1898. ) 20 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Apr. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 25670, Apr. 

23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 21 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Days of preparation for amateur vachts- 

men. (1898, no. 24403. Apr. 18. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Design for $1,300 house. (1898. no. 24392, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18.1898.) 

23 
Copvright by George Palliser, New 
York. 

Double residence. (1898, no. 24390, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 24 
Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 

Expected (The) war. Plans for a short, 

decisive campaign. London, Apr. 19. 

(1898, no. 24918. Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) ' 25 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 



Whs — Coutinued. 

Famous horses matched to race. (1898, 

no. 24385, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

18,1898.) 26 

Copyright by American/ press ass'n, 

New York 

Fashions of New York. (1898, no. 24383, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

27 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Some pretty and sensible garments 

for children. (1898, no. 25657, Apr. 23. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 28 

Coypright by American press co., 
New York. 

Ford(Sewell). Humble strategy. (1898, 
no. 24398, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 29 

Copyright by S. Ford, U. S. 

Fowler (N. C, jr.) Social associates. 

(1898. no. 24678^ Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 19, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by Nath'l C. P'owler, jr., 

Boston. 

General order, no. 307. For Apr. 19, 1898. 

(1898, no. 24412, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Grateful (A) enemy. (1898, no. 24403, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

32 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Griffiths (Arthur). The Billingston can- 

giare case. (1898, no. 24834, Apr. 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20. 1898. ) 33 

Copvright by S. S. McClure co.. New 

York. 

Haggard (H. Rider). Elissa; or, the doom 
of Zimbabwe: a tale of prehistoric 
Africa. Chaps. 16-17 (concluded). 
[Sundav inter ocean, Apr. 17, 1898.] 
(1898, no. 9685, Feb. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by H. R. Haggard, Lon- 
don. England. 

Halladay (A. H.) The half-acre fruit 
garden. [Supplement to Americau 
gardening. Apr. 2, 1898.] (1898, no. 
25157, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 35 

Copyright by A. T. De Lai Mare ptg. 
and pub. co., ltd., New York. 

*Harben (W.N.) Aunt Clara's interces- 
sion. (1898, no. 23183, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 36 

Copyright by International literary 
and news service, Irvington. N. Y. 



171 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES;— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Harbor defense and bases of supply. 

(1898, no. 24387, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Hatfield (C. B.) Designing and cutting 
patterns. Chap. 14 (continued). A 
closed beel vamp. [Cutting and de- 
signing.] (1898, no. 25438, Apr. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, East 
Lexington, Mass. 

Hawkins (J. R.) A universal coinage. 

Reply to Eugene V. Brewster. (1898, 

no. 20608, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) 39 

Copyright by Jay R. Hawkins, New 

York. 

* Holland (C.) An Egyptian coquette. 

Parts 1 and 2, for Apr. 19, 1898. (1898, 

no. 23179, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

9,1898.) 40 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Housekeeping on a battle ship. (1898, no. 

24400, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 41 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Inexpensive dwelling. (1898, no. 24388, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 42 
Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 
King (Charles). A garrison tangle. Chap. 
1. (1898, no. 7238, Jan. 22. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, ■■ 
New York. 

Late fashions from Paris. (1898, no. 24399, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 44 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. • 

(1898, no. 25661, Apr. 23. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 45 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Leslie (Charles D.) The golden trap. A 
tale. (1898, no. 19329, Mar. 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 46 
Copyright by C. 1 ). Leslie, London, 
England. 

Light (The) of life. (1898, no. 25662, Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 47 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 
Maids and matrons in the swimming 
bath. (1898, no. 24382, Apr. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 18,1898.) IS 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Martyn (Carlos). Neal Dow and his cen- 
tury. A biography. Chaps. 24-26. 
(1898, no. 23452, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by Funk &. Wagnalls co., 
New York. 

Meade (L.T.) An up-to-date patient. A 
tale. (1898, no. 19328, Mar. 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 50 
Copyright by L. T.Meade, London, 
England. 

Moses (F.) Valiant volunteers. (1898, 

no. 25167, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

21,1898.) 51 

Copyright by Grit pub. co.,Williams- 

I>ort, Pa. 

*M. Quad page for Apr. 10, 1898. (1898, 

no. 23182, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

9, 1898. ) 52 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

M. Quad page, for Apr. 17, 1898. (1898, 

no. 24415, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

18,1898.) 53 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Nelson (Milton O.) For men only. A 
sermonette. (1898, no. 23910, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 54 

Offener schriebebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. (1898, no. 24416, Apr. 18. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Our typical fortress. (1898, no. 256ti3, 

Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23. 

1898.) 56 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 

New York. 

* Payne (E. F.) For better or worse. 

(1898, no. 23178, Apr. 11. 2 oopies roe'd 

Apr. 16, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by International liieran 

and news service, Irvington, X. Y. 

Pushing the raider. (1898, no. 24402, Apr. 
IS. 2 copies rec'd Apr. IS. L898.) 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 
New York. 

Rousseau (Henriette). Her collar and tie. 
(1S9S. no. 2 1:896, Apr. IS. 2 copies 
Apr. 18, L898.) 
Copyright by Henriette Rousseau, 
U.S. 

Shepard (Frank). Shepard's national 
system of adhesive annotations. Sup- 
plement to v. L68, Mass. decia 
(1898, no. 25651, Apr. 20. 2 copies 
\pr.2o. 1898.) 
Copj right by V. shepard. Chicago. 



172 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Simple country cottage. (1898, no. 24393, 

Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by George Palliser, New 

York. 

Special Berlin cable letter. Berlin, Apr. 

16, 1898. (1898, no. 24676, Apr. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 62 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 

Special London cable letter. London, 

Apr. 16, 1898. (For Saturday afternoon 

papers.) (1898, no. 24674, Apr. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 63 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 

York. 

(For Sunday papers.) (1898, no. 

24675, Apr. 19. '2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 64 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 

* Special page for Apr. 10, 1898. (1898, 
no. 23184, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
10,1898.) 65 

Copyright by International literary 
and news service, Iryington, N. Y. 

Special page for Apr. 17, 1898. (1898, no. 

24410, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 66 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Stoddard (A.) Why yellow Jack won. 
(1898, no. 25660, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 
Strength of the Spanish navy. (1898, 
no. 24384, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 68 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 
Summer (The) season of trotting and 
pacing. (1898, no. 24404, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 69 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 
Timely (A) lesson in American patriot- 
ism.' (1898, no. 24386, Apr. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 
Timely page for Apr. 17, 1898. (1898, 
no. 24409, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 71 

Copyright by International literary 
and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

* Timely service for Apr. 10, 1898. 

(1898, no. 23181, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 9, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 



Titles — Continued. 

; Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 
star, Apr. 14, 1898.) (1898, no. 24419, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

73 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

i Apr. 18, 1898. (1898, no. 25165, Apr. 

21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 74 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

I Apr. 19, 1898. (1898, no. 25439, Apr. 

22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 75 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

i Apr. 20, 1898. (1898, no. 25669, Apr. 

23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 76 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

I W r ilcox (Ella Wheeler). Rubbish of 

speech. (1898, no. 24394, Apr. 18. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 77 
Copyright by E. W. Wilcox, U. S. 

* Woman's page for Apr. 10. 1898. (1898, 
no. 23187, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 78 

Copyright by International literary 
and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Woman's page for Apr. 17, 1898. (1898, 

no. 24408, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

18,1898.) 79 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Wondrous (The) ear. (1898, no. 24401, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 

80 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

* Youth's page for Apr. 10, 1898. (1898. 
no. 23186, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
9,1898.) 81 

Copyright by International literary 
and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Youth's page for Apr. 17, 1898. (1898, no. 

24414, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 82 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

$2,000 cottage. (1898, no. 24389, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 83 

Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 

$2,400 double house. (1898, no. 24391, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

84 
Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 



173 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of CATALOGUE. I 



Titles. 

Bilberry of Tilbury. A musical farcical 
play in 3 acts. Written by Sylvanus 
Dauncey and Geo. D. Day. Lyrics by 
Geo. D. Day. Music by Guy Joues. 
(1898, no. 24255, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by B. Feldnian, London, 
England. 

Coming (The) out of Miss Cummings. 

Humorous monologue for a woman. 

By Livingston Russell. ( 1898, no. 21029, 

Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, New 

York. 

Court (A) scandal. A comedy in 3 acts. 

By Aubrey Boucicault. (1898. no. 22317, 

Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright by A. Boucicault, New 

York. 

* Deception. A comedy drama in 4 acts. 

By C. E. Jordan. (1898, no. 21161, Apr. 

1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by C. E. Jordan, Nebraska 

City, Nebr. 



for liberty. An original play. By j 
Sam'l C. Hunt. (1898, no. 25615, Apr. 23. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by S. C. Hunt, Fort Madi- 
son, Iowa. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Little (The) mother. A 1-act play. By 

W. H. Smedley. (1898, no. 24239, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by W. H. Smedley, New 

York. 

*Love on the battlefield. Au original 

war drama in 4 acts. By L. D. Murphy 

and W. S. Smith. (1898, no. 20347, Mar. 

29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by L. D. Murphy and W. S. 

Smith, Kansas City, Mo. 

* Our royal knights and regal dames. A 

farcical comedy. (1898, no. 16076, Mar. 
8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by Maria Sullivan, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Pawn (A) shop less. (1898, no. 23389, Apr. 
13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by Frank Finney and Wal- 
ter Reed, Missoula, Mont. 
Spaniard's (A) revenge; or, the death of 
Ricardo Ruiz. By Dazie Noel. (1898, 
no. 25671, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd .Apr. 
23,1898.) 10 

Copyright by D. Noel, Brown wood. 
Tex. 
Wife (A) wanted. A drama in 3 acts and 7 
scenes. By Edward Blondell. (1898, 
no. 25119, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1891.) 11 

Copyright by E. Blondell. New York. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. Apr. 18, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. 
Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 2 
Copyright by Frank Reeder, sec'y of 
the state of Pennsylvania. 

Adventure weekly. Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

American agriculturist. Anr. 23, 189S. 
(Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) I 

Copyright by Orange Judd co.. New 
York. 

American album of fur novelties. May, 
1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) ' 5 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 



American architect and building news. 
Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by American architect and 
building news co.. Boston. 

American digest. Mar.. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by West pub, ^o.. St. Paul, 
Minn. 

American field. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by American field pub. co., 

New York. 

American journal of archaeology. May- 
June, 1897, (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. 
Copyrigbt b\ Maomillan co., N 

York'. 

American journal of psychology. A 
L898. (Reo'd A.pr.21, L898. 

Copyright by G. Stanley Hall. Wor- 
cester. Mass. 



174 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Argosy. Mav, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

11 
Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. 

Atlantic reporter. Apr. 13, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Ave Maria. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 13 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

Baptist union. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 14 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 

Birds. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

15 
Copyright by Nature study pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Boston daily globe, Apr. 16, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 16 

Apr. 18, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 19. 1898. ) 

17 
■ Apr. 19, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

18 
Apr. 20. 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 

19 
Apr. 21, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

20 
Apr. 22, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

21 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston glass of fashion. May, 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by Walter H. Marsh, Bos- 
ton. 

Boston Sunday globe. Apr. 17, 1898. 

(Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston Sunday post. Apr. 17, 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Post pub. co., Boston. 

Botanical gazette. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 

Bradstreet's, Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 

23,1898.) 26 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 

Brooklyn life. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Buyer's reference. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Buyer's reference co., 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Calendar of monthly intentions. May, 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 

California banker's magazine. Nov., 
1897. (Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by J. W. Treadwell, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Callanan's monthly. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by L. J. Callanan, New 
York. 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 32 
Copyright by Eeview pub. co., New 
York. 

Catholic news. Apr. 20, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 

Central law journal. Apr. 15, 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by Central law journal 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Chap book. Apr. 15, 1898. (Eec'd Anr. 
18,1898.) '35 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 

Christian herald. Apr. 20, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 19, 1898. ) 36 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 

Church economist. Apr. 21, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by Church economist pub. 
co., New York. 

Collier's weekly. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Apr. 
23, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 39 
Copyright by William B. Dana co,, 
New York. 

Criterion. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 40 

Apr. 16. 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 

41 
Copyright by G. L. Davidson, New 
York. 

Critic. Apr. 23. 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 42 

Copyright by Critic co., New York. 

Cuba y America. Apr. 23. 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 43 

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Cut gems. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 44 

Copyright by George W. Plack, 
Troy, N. Y. 

Cyele age, Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 45 

Copyright by Cycle age and trade 
journal, Chicago. 

Cycling gazette. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 46 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Daily racing form, Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18,1898.) 47 

Apr. 16, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 

48 

Apr. 17-18, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 

1898.) 49 

Apr. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

50 

Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

51 

* Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

52 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

53 
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Democratic magazine. Apr. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by W. S. McComas, Chi- 
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Diamond Dick, jr. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Die Christliche mutter. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 56 

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Dry goods economist. Apr. 18, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York. 

Dry goods guide. Apr. 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by Grenville M. Black, 
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Electrical engineer. Apr. 21, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
New York. 

Electrical review. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 

Electrical world. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 61 

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Emerson college magazine. Apr., 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 62 

Copyright by Geo. M. McKie, Boston. 

Engineering record. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
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Evening telegram, Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 64 
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66 
Apr. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20. 1898.) 

67 
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70 
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New York. 

Examiner. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

21,1898.) 71 

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York. 

Exporters' and importers' journal. Apr. 
16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by H. W. Peabody & co., 
New York. 

Family story paper. May 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr.' 23, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 

Farm implement news. Apr. 21, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
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Farm machinery. Apr. 20, 1898. (Reo'd 
Apr. 23. 1898.) 

Copyright by Midland pub. CO., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Farm poultry. Apr. L5, L898. (Rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) * 76 

Copyright by I. S. Johnson & co., 
Boston. 

Farmer. Apr. 23, L898. (Rec'd Apr. 22. 

1898.) 77 

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Feather. Apr.. L898 
1898.) 

Copyright by Gr. E. Howard 4 co, 
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Fireside oompanion. May u. 1898, 
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Forest and stream. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898. ) 80 

Copyright by Forest and stream pub. 
co.. New York. 

Gentlewomen. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 81 

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New York. 

Golden davs. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
19,1898.) 82 

Apr. 30, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 

83 

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84 
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Golden hours. May 7, 1898, (Eec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 85 

Copyright by Norman L. Monro, New 
York. 

Golden moments. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 86 

Copyright by Lanes li , Augusta, 
Me. 

Great round world. Apr. 14, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 87 

Apr. 21, 1898. ( Eec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 

88 
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rison, New York. 

Greater Buffalo. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 89 

Copyright by Greater Buffalo pub. 
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Green Bay news. Apr. 15, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by Fenton & Fox, Green 
Bay, "Wis. 

Grocers' regulator. Apr. 21, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 91 

Copyright by Eeid, Murdoch & co., 
Chicago. 

Half holiday. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
22,1898.) "92 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 

Half hour. May, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 93 

Copyright by Geo. Munro's sons, New 
York. 

Harper's bazar. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 94 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Harper's monthly magaziue. May, 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 95 

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Harper's weekly. Apr. 23, 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898. ) 96 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 



Heating and ventilation. Apr. 15, 
(Eec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 97 

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Home art. Apr.. 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 98 

Copyright by Home art pub. co., Chi- 
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Home study for machinists. May, 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
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Horseman. Apr. 19. 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 100 

Copyright by Chicago Horseman 
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Illustrated American. Apr. 16, 

(Eec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 101 

Copyright by Lorillard Spencer, New 
York. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. (Apr. 17, 
1898. (Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 102 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
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Illustrated family herald. Apr., 1898. 
(Eec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 103 

Copyright bv Lane's list, Augusta, 
Me. 

Illustrated police news. Apr. 23, 1898.' 
(Eec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 104 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 

Insurance monitor. Apr., 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 105 

Copyright by Hine ins. pub. co., New 
York. 

Item. Apr. 16, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

106 
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Jewelers' circular. Apr. 20, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 107 

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Jewelers' weekly. Apr. 20, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 108 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., New 
York. 

Jewish comment. Apr. 22, 1898. (Eec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 109 

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Journal of the American medical ass'n. 
Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18. 1898.) 

110 
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Chicago. 

Judge. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) Ill 

Copyright by Judge pub. co., New 
York. 

Judge's quarterly. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 

Junior Christian endeavor world. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 113 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
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Lawyers' reports annotated. Apr. 5, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 114 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 
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League director. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 115 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 

Legal intelligencer. Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 116 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 

Life. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

117 
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York. 

Lippincott's monthly magazine. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 118 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 

McClure's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 

Mackev ABC guide. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 120 

Copyright by A B (> guide co., New 
York. 

Medical news. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 121 

Apr. 23, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

122 
Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 

Medical record. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 123 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23. 189S. ) 

121 
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York. 



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Men and matters. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 125 

Copyright by Men and matters, New 
Orleans, La. 

Merck's report. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 126 

Copyright by Merck & co., I 
York. 

Metropolitan magazine. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 127 

Copyright by Blakely Hall, New 
York. 

Musical age. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 128 

Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23. 1898. ) 

129 
Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 

National antidepartment-store journal. 
Apr. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 130 
Copyright by F. J. Burghoff, St. 
Lonis, Mo. 

National farmer. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 131 

Copyright by Lane's list, Augusta, 
Me. 

National magazine. May., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 132 

Copyright by W. W. Potter co., Bos- 
ton. 

National police gazette. Apr. 30. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 133 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox. New 
York. 

New century. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

23,1898.)" 134 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingler. 
New York. 

New England home magazine. Apr. 17. 
18>8. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 136 

Copyright by New England home 
magazine, Boston. 

New England magazine. Apr. 23, l v -'> 
(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 136 

Copyright by Warren F. Kel 
Boston. 

New England master builder. Apr. 16, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18. 1898.) LSI 

Copyright by H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

New ideas for woman's wear. May. 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 138 

Copyright by New idea pub, co . Neu 

York. 

New York herald, Apr, id. 1896. Rei '<' 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 
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Ti t Jes — C cm tinned. 

New York Herald, Apr. 18. 1898. (Reed 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 141 

Apr. 19. 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

112 

Apr. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 

143 

Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 

144 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23. 1898.) 

145 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

New York journal. Apr. 16,1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18. 1898.) 146 
Apr. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

147 
Apr. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

148 
Apr. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19. 1898. ) 

149 
Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20. 1898. ) 

150 
Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

151 
Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22. 1898. ) 

152 
Apr. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

153 
Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 

New York ledger. Apr. 23. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 154 

Copyright by Robert Bonner's sons, 
New York. 

New York medical journal. Apr. 16, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 155 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

New York state reports and session laws. 
Apr. 16. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 156 
Copyright by Banks & bros. and 
James B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

New York supplement and state reporter. 
Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 157 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18. 1898. ) 

158 
New York times. Apr. 17, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18. 1898.) ' 159 
Apr. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19. 1898. ) 

160 
Apr. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

161 
Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21. 1898.) 

162 
Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 

163 
Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

164 
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New York times weekly. Apr. 17, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 165 

Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 

New York weekly. May 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898. ) 166 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

New Yorker abendblatt, Apr. 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18. 1898.) 167 

Apr. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

168 

Apr. 19. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

169 

Apr. 20, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 

170 

Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

171 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

172 
Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Apr. 17, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 173 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

New Yorker staats zeitung, Apr. 18, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 174 

Apr. 19. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

175 

Apr. 20. 18S8. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

176 

Apr. 21. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 

177 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 

178 

Apr. 23. 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

179 
Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Apr. 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 180 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 

Nick Carter weekly. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 181 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Northeastern reporter. Apr. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 182 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Northwestern monthly. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 183 

Copyright by J. H. Miller, Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

Occult science library. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 184 

Copyright by Ernest Loomis, Chi- 
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Ohio legal news. Apr. 18, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 185 

Copyright by Laning printing co., 
Norwalk, Ohio. 

Old Cap Collier library. Apr. 30, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 186 

Copyright byN. L. Mnnro, New York. 

Our productions. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 187 

Copyright by American pub. and 
eng. co., New York. 

Outlook. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) 188 

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Pacific reporter. Apr. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 189 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Parker's supplementary reader. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 190 

Copyright by C. M. Parker, Taylors- 
ville, 111. 

People. Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898. ) 191 

Copyright by C. G. Harger, jr., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
People's literary companion. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 192 

Copyright bv Lane's list, Augusta, 
Me. 
People's railway guide. Apr. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 193 

Copyright by C. S. Pease, Albany, 
N. Y. 
Philadelphia inquirer, Apr. 17, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 194 

Apr. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 

195 

Apr. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 

196 

Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

197 

Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 

198 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 

199 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

200 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia medical journal. Apr. 23, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 201 

Copyright by Philadelphia mod. pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 

Pittsburg times, Apr. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898. ) 202 

Apr. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 

203 
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204 



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Pittsburg times, Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) * 205 

Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

206 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

207 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Pocket magazine. Mav, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 208 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. 

Popular science. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
22, 1898.) 209 

Copyright by Lillard & co., New 
York. 

Preacher's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 18980 210 

Copyright by "Wilbur B. Ketcham, 
New York. 

Puck. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 211 

Copyright by Keppler &. Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Rider and driver. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 212 

Copyright by Rider and driver pub. 
co., New York. 

Russell's convention dates. Apr. 16. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 213 

Copyright by Hamlin Russell, New- 
ark, N. J. 

St. Louis republic. Apr. 17, 1898. ( Rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 214 

Copyright by Geo. Knapp & co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Saturday evening post. Apr. 23. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 215 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Saturday night. Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 216 

May 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19. 1898.) 

21 1 

May 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19. L898.1 

218 
Copyright by James ElversoD, Phila- 
delphia. 

School and home. Apr. 19. 1S9S. (Rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 219 

Copyright by Win. L. Thomas. St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Sohool journal. Apr. 16, 1898, (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, L898.) 

Apr. 23. 1898. I Reo'd Apr. 28. 

221 
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Scientific American. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 222 

Copyright by Munn & co., Xew York. 

Southeastern reporter. Apr. 12, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 223 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern reporter. Apr. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 224 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Standard. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) ' 225 

Copyright by Standard press. New 
York. 

State's duty. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) * 226 

Copyright by W. H. Moore, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Students' reporting journal. Apr., 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 227 

Copyright by S. J. Carroll, Wheeling, 
W. Ya. 



Sugar beet. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 228 

Copyright by Sugar beet, Philadel- 
phia. 



Sun, Apr. 17, 1898. 

Apr. 18, 1898. 

Apr. 19, 1898. 

Apr. 20, 1898. 

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Apr. 22, 1898. 

Apr. 23, 1898. 



(Rec'd Apr. 18, 



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229 
(Rec'd Apr. 18. 1898.) 

230 
(Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

231 
(Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

232 
(Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

233 
(Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

231 
(Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

235 

Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, Xew York. 

Sunday republic. (Sunday magazine.) 
Apr. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 236 
Copyright by Geo. Knapp & co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Sunday magazine. Apr. 17, 1898. (Ree'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 237 

Copyright by Eryin Wardman, New 
York. 



Sunday school times. Apr. 23, 
(Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 238 

Copyright by John D. Wattles & co., 
Philadelphia. 

Sunshine for youth. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 239 

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Me. 



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Superintendent and foreman. Apr. 19, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 240 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Apr. 19, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22. 1898. ) 241 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Teachers' quarterly. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 242 

Copyright by Fred T. Alder, New 
York. 

Textile colorist. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
23.1898.) 213 

Copyright by M. M. Frank, Philadel- 
phia. 



Tip top weekly. Apr. 23. 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 22, 18980 244 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Therapeutic gazette. Apr. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 245 

Copyright by Wm. M. Warren, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Tobacco. Apr. 15. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 246 

Copyright by T. H. Delano pub. co., 
New York. 

Town topics. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 247 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 

Truth. Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 248 

Copyright by Truth co., New York. 

United States courts of appeals reports. 
Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 249 
Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 

United States nayal institute. (Proceed- 
ings.) Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 250 

Copyright by United States naval 
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United States navy and marine corps 
directory. Apr.. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 
1898.) 251 

Copyright by L. L. Thompson, Wash- 
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Vanity fair. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 252 

Apr. 27. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23. 1898.) 

253 
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York. 



Vogue. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) 254 

Copyright by Fashion co., New York. 



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Western brewer. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 255 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
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Western electrician. Apr. 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 256 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

257 
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cago. 

Western painter. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 258 

Copyright by Charles H. Webb, Chi- 
cago. 
What to eat. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 259 

Copyright by Pierce & Pierce, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Wooden and willow ware trade review. 

Apr. 14. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 260 

Copyright by Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 

Wool record. Apr. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

20, 1898.) 261 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 

New York. 



World, Apr. 18, 1898 

1898.) 
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262 

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263 

(Rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 
264 



Titles — Continued. 

World, Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 265 

Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

266 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. — 1 898. ) 

267 

World (comic weekly). Apr. 17, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 268 

World (Sunday). Apr. 17, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 269 

World (woman's). Apr. 17, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 270 

World's Sunday magazine. Apr. 17. 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 271 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York. 

Yale law journal. Apr. — , 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 272 

Copyright by Yale law journal, New 
Haven, Conn. 

Young glory. Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 273 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Young people's weekly. Apr. 24, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 274 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 

Youth's companion. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 275 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co.. 
Boston. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Abendstimmuug. Andante. Komponirt 
von Rudolph Dob vitzscb. op. 14. no. 2. 
B. fiir salonorchester, mit harmonium, 
ad libitum. Eingerichtet von Otto 
Wellmanu. Berlin, Carl Simon. (1898, 
no. 24865, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20, 1898. ) 1 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
&da Rohan waltz. Composed by Louis 
von Hasslacher. New York, Albert M. 
Mansfield. (1898, no. 22927, Apr. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 2 

Copyright by A.M. Mansfield, New 
York. 
Adagio. Trio for organ. By, I. Rhein- 
bergor. op. 189, heft 3. Leipzig, Rob. 
Forberg. [Z wolf trios fiir orgel. no. LI.] 
(1898, no. 1990S, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 28, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig. 
Germany. 



Adieu. Song. Words by Dante Gabriel 
Rossetti. Music by Frederic 11. Co wen. 
no. 3. London, Joseph Williams. ( L898, 
no. 13789, Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 1 

Copyright by J. Williams, London, 
England. 
Aide-de-camp (The). March. By L. P. 
Lauren dean. For orchestra. New York, 
Carl Fischer. ( C. Fischer's ed. no. sss 
(1898, no. 24720. Apr. 19. 2 copies ro« M 
Apr. 19. 1898.) 

Copyright by ('. Fischer. Now fork. 
A l'Kspagnole. Pour violon avec accom- 
pagnomont de piano. Ly J, Jacques 
llaakman. op. 25. Treis moreeanx de 
salon, no. 1. London. Frederick VV. 
Chanot. [Edition Chanot, no. 94& 
(1898, no. 24615, Apr. 19. 2 copies rex d 
Apr. 19. L898.) ,; 

Copyright by F. \Y. Chanot . London, 
England. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



All I wants is ma chickens. Written and 
composed by Deas & Wilson. Arranged 
by W. H. Tvers. New York, Jos. W. 
Stern <fc co. " (1898. no. 19261, Mar. 23. 
2 copies reed Apr. 18, 1898. ) 7 

Copyright by J. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

*Alla breve. Trio for organ. By Josef 
Eheinberger. op. 189, heft 2. Leipzig, 
Eob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios fiir orgel. 
no. 8.] (1898, no. 19900, Mar. 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 28. 1898.) 8 
Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig. 
Germany. 

* Allegretto. Trio for organ. By Josef 

Rheinberger. op. 189, heft 1. Leipzig, 
Rob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios fiir orgel. 
no. 3.] (1898. no. 19895, Mar. 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898. ) 9 
Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

heft 2. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 

[Zwolf trios fiir orgel. no. 6.] (1898, 

no. 19898, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 

28, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Alma redemptoris. Duet and chorus. By 

Henry Bollman. St.Louis,Mo.,Thiebes- 

Stieriin music co. (1898. no. 21598, Apr. 

18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by Thiebes-Stierlin music 

co., St. Louis, Mo. 

* Alton (The) march and two-step. By 

Sadie Godinski. Worcester, Mass., 
Eastern music pub. co. (1898, no. 
13856, Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 26, 
1898.) 12 

Copyright by S. Godinski, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Alumni (The) march (two-step). For 
piano solo. By H. E. P. Stewart, [n. i.] 
(1898. no. 23553, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by H. E. P. Stewart, Read- 
ing, Pa, 

Always more of sunshine. Sacred song. 
Words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck. Music 
by Grant Colfax Tullar, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 24959. Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
1898.) 14 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 

Always on the dream. Song. Written 
by A. J. Mills and Harry Bedford. 
Composed by Bennett Scott. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 
24266, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 15 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 



*Am traimsee. Idylle fiir pianoforte. 
Yon Richard Fuchs. op. 10. Leipzig, 
Emil Grude. (1898, no. 23356, Apr. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by E. Grude, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 

American (The) eagle. Grand march. 
Composed by Ernst Fischer, op. 25. 
Providence, R. I., Germania music pub. 
co. (1898, no. 18452, Mar. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 17 

Copvright by E. Fischer, Providence, 
R.I. 

American (The) flag. Song and chorus. 
Words from poem by F. R. Drake. Mu- 
sic bv W. S. Jernegan. New Bedford, 
Mass*. . W. S. Jernegan. (1898, no. 24660, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 18 
Copyright by W. S. Jernegan, New 
Bedford, Mass. 

* Among the trees. A spring-time service. 
Text by E. E. Hewitt. Music by J. R. 
Sweney and W. J. Kirkpatrick. Day- 
ton, Ohio, Lorenz &, co. (1898, no. 
20693. Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 19 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

^Andantino amable. Trio for organ. 
By Josef Rheinberger. op. 189, heft 1. 
Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios 
fur orgel. no. 1.] (1898. no. 19893, Mar. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 20 
Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

*Andantino. Trio for organ. By Josef 
Rheinberger. op. 189, heft 3. Leipzig, 
Rob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios fiir orgel. 
no. 10.] (1898. no. 19902, Mar. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898. ) 21 

Copyright by R, Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

heft 3. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 

[Zwolf trios fiir orgel. no. 12.] (1898, 

no. 19904, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 

28,1898.) 22 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Angels (The) knew. Words and music 

by Geo. B. McCosh. Mouut Morris, 111., 

D. S. McCosh & sons. (1898. no. 24552^ 

Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 23 

Copyright by D. S. McCosh & sons, 

Mount Morris, 111. 

Angry (The) flames. Words and music 
by W. Howard Dangerfield. Glovers- 
ville, N. Y., Tietz's music house. (1898, 
no. 12414. Feb. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.)' 24 

Copyright by W. H. Dangerfield, 
Glovers vi lie, N. Y. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Anthem (The) of liberty. (A new national 
anthem.) Words by J. H. Pitney. 
Music by J. Wells Herrington. Eagle 
Bridge, N. Y., Herrington & Pitney. 
(1898, no. 24889, Anr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Herrington & Pitney, 
Eagle Bridge, N. Y. 

Apollo overture. By L. P. Laurendeau. 
For orchestra. New York, Carl Fischer. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 888.] (1898, no. 
24718. Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 26 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Arbutus (The) waltzes. By Chas. A. Zim- 

mermann. op. 37. Piano. New York, 

Carl Fischer. (1898, no. 24730, Apr. 19. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

"Are you following the Savior daily? 
no. 75. [Crowning theme.] Words by 
E. K. Latta. Music by H. N. Lincoln. 
Dallas, Tex., Song-land co. (1898, no. 
8404, Jan. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 
1898.) 28 

Copyright by H. N. Lincoln, Dallas, 
Tex. 

* Are you trusting in the blessed Savior? 
no. 74. [Crowning theme.] Words 
by Jennie Wilson. Music by H. N. 
Lincoln. Dallas, Tex., Song-land co. 
(1898, no. 8411, Jan. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by H. N. Lincoln, Dallas. 
Tex. 

*Ask me, nigger, ask me. A darkey sar- 
casm. By Will F. Burke and Ed. E. 
Webb. Buffalo, N. Y., H. Ruhling & 
co. (1898, no. 3832, Jan. 7. 2 copies 
recMMar. 14, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by H. Ruhling & co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

At charity's grand ball. Song and waltz 
refrain. Words and music by Charles 
Alfred Parsons. Arranged by Miss 
Sarah A. Porter. Marshalltown, Iowa, 
C. A. Parsons. (1898, no. 7732. Jan. 25. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by C. A. Parsons, Marshall- 
town, Iowa. 
At even ere the sun was set. By G. Ed- 
ward Stubbs, [n. i.J (1898, no. 25295, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ^ 

32 
Copyright by G. E. Stubbs, U. S. 

Attorney (The) march. Composed by 
Andrew II. Ncnbauor. Newark, N. J., 
A. K. De Lcmos. (1898, no. 24341, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. IS. L898.) 33 
Copyright by A. 11. Ncnbauor. New- 
ark. N.J. ' 



Au clair de la lune. Souvenirs. Im 
mondenschein. Erinnerungen. Ge- 
dicht von H. Dracy. (Deutsch von Ph. 
Niederehe.) Komponiert von G. Mi- 
chiels. no. 1. Fur sox>ran oder tenor. 
Lyon, E. Clot fils. (1898, no. 21*53, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

34 

Copyright by E. Clot fils, Lyon, 

France. 

*Ave Maria. Duo for soprano and alto or 

tenor and bass. By L. Lambillotte. 

Arranged by H. Bollman. St. Louis, 

Mo., Thiebes-Stierlin music co. (1898, 

no. 24597, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

7,1898.) 35 

Copyright by Thiebes-Stierlin music 

co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Ave Maria. By Rossini. iEoliau arrange- 
ment, no. 50139, [n. i.] [Chart.] 
(1898, no. 18068, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

Aveu (L'). Poesie de Villiers de L'lsle- 
Adam. Musique de B. Croce-Spi- 
nelli. Paris, Heugel et cie. [Six me- 
lodies. no.2.J (1898, no. 24840, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 37 
Copyright by Heugel & cie.. Pari-, 
France. 
Baltimore (The) sun march. For mili- 
tary band. Composed by A. Buglione. 
Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898, no. 16131. Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse. Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 
* Battle ship (The), the Maine ; or, Yankee 
boys in blue. [n.i. ] (1898. no. 19301. 
Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 5. 1S98. ) 39 
Copyright by J. Malloy, Philadelphia. 

Beggar (The). Die bettlerin. Piano- 
forte composition. By H. Engelmann. 
op. 299. Philadelphia, Theodore Pres- 
sor. [Six characteristic pieces, no. 2.1 
(1898, no. 24929. Apr. 20. L> copies reo'd 
Apr. 19. 1898.) 10 

Copyright by T. Pressor, Philadel- 
phia. 
Begrabniss am Nordpol. Fur miinner- 
chor. Coinponirt von Gottfried An- 
gerer. op. 71. Zurich. Phil, fries. 
(1898. no. 25073, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) U 

Copyright by P. Fries, Zurich. 

Berceuse. Piano composition. By Theo. 
W.Davis, op. 10. Philadelphia, Theo- 
dore Pressor, [no. 2408, | L8 v 
21931. Apr. 20. 2 oopies reo'd \\n. 1!'. 
L898.) t- 

Copyright b> T. Pressor, Philadel- 
phia. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Bessie's favorite. Eon do. Composed 
and fingered by Karl Merz. [Young 
pianists' folio, no. 5.] Chicago, S. 
Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 5126/ Jan. 
12. 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Mary L. Merz, U. S. 
Big four two-step. By Gus W. Bernardo. 
2 mandolins and guitar. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 
24543, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 44 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Bird raptures. A two-part song for 
female voices. Words by Christina 
Eosetti. Music by G. F. Huntley. [No- 
vello's octave ed. no. 109.] New York, 
Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 25059, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 45 
Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 
Birthday (The). By Carl Tenth, op. 
110, no. 3. New York, J. H. Schroeder. 
(1898, no. 24561, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18,1898.) 46 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. 
Bivouac (The) of the dead. For men's 
voices. Quartet or chorus for decora- 
tion day. By James E. Murray, no. 
1941. Cincinnati, Ohio, John Church 
co. (1898, no. 25310, Apr. 21. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Black (The) 400. Medley march. Intro- 
ducing " Arabella Jones, will you 
accept my hand." Arranged by L. O. 
De Witt, for band. New York, Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 521.] 
(1898, no. 24708, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
Blessing at Calvary. Sacred song. By 
Wm. Kirkpatrick. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt, [n. i.] (1898,no. 21659, Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd, Apr. 18, 1898.) 49 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 
Bon-bon. Folka. For the piano. By 
F. Behr. Edited by Carl Hoffman. 
Philadelphia, Theodore Presser. [no. 
2421.] (1898, no. 24938, Apr. 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 50 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Bourree (La pompadour). For piano. 
By Florence Wickins. London, Wick- 
ins & co. (1898, no. 24258, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Anr. 18, 1898.) London, 
Eng. 51 
Copyright by Wickins &■ co., Lon- 
don, England. 



Bridal tour march. For military band. 
Composed by James M. Fulton. Oska- 
loosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. (1898, no. 
16128, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 52 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 

By grace alone. By Ida Scott Taylor and 
J. H. Entwisle, [n. i.] (1898, no. 22055, 
Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

53 
Copyright by J. Howard Entwisle, 
Philadelphia. 

By the cottage where I was born. Bv M. 
Lifter. Chicago, Lyon & Healy. (1898, 
no. 27080, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18. 1898.) 54 

Copyright by Benj. H. Jefferson, Chi- 
cago. 

Calvary's story. Words by Mrs. Frank 
A. Breck. Music by Thos. O'Neil, [n. 
i.] (1898, no. 25509, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 55 

Copyright by Wm. K. Fisher, Phila- 
delphia. 

Camellia schottische. Song and dance. 
By Harry A. Martin. Philadelphia, 
Geo. Koehler &. son. (1898, no. 24340, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

56 
Copyright by G. Koehler, Philadel- 
phia. 

Canton Warren march. By O.E.Farrar. 
Arranged by Wm. E. Stobbe. For 2 
mandolins, guitar, and piano. Philadel- 
phia, Harry Coleman. (1898, no. 25513, 
Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

57 
Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 

Carillon of Louis XIV. Piano composi- 
tion. By Ch.Neustedt. op. 107. Edited 
by Carl Hoffman. Philadelphia, Theo- 
dore Presser. [no. 2422.] (1898, no. 
24944, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 58 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Cavalcade lancers. By L. P. Laurendeau. 
For orchestra. New York, Carl Fisch- 
er. [C. Fischer's ed.,no.891.] (1898, 
no. 24724, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19,1898.) 59 

Copyright by C.Fischer, New York. 

Change (A) will do you good. (Song.) 
Written and composed by E. A. Eob- 
erts. London, Francis, Dav & Hunter. 
(1898, no. 24263, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Chaperoue waltzes for piano. By Jos. 

F. Bertsch. Cincinnati, Ohio, Groene 

music pub. co. (1898, no. 24541, Apr. 18. 

2 copies recM Apr. 18, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Children's day treasury, no. 8. Edited 
by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, Ohio, Lo- 
renz & co. ( 1898, no. 20102, Mar. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 62 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Children's greeting. A complete service 
for children's day. By I. H. Meredith 
and Grant Colfax Tullar. Chicago, 
Tullar-Meredith co. (1898. no. 24966, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

63 
Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 

* Chime of bells. (Glockenspiel.) Tone 
piece. By Carl Hems. op. 81. Revised 
and fingered by A. Bechter. Philadel- 
phia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 20704, 
Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 

64 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

City of Wilmington waltz. Composed by 
B. Alice Pierson. Wilmington, Del., 
B. A. Pierson. (1898, no. 22582, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by U. S. Pierson, Philadel- 
phia. 

Clam chowder. Comic song. Composed 
by Mrs. Carrie Hart Estes. Chicago, 
Thompson music co. (1898, no. 23750, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

66 
Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 

Cluster (The). Two step. Forpiano. By 
Laura Worthington. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 24537, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

67 
Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Columbia. Anthem. Written by Clay 
M. Greene. Music by Victor Herbert, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 25134, Apr. 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 68 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 

Comanche (El). March and two-step. 
Composed by Alfred W. Herzog, [n.i.] 
(1898, no. 24648, Apr. 18. 2 oopics rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 69 

Copyright by A. YV. Herzog, Hobo- 
ken. N. .).' 
20040— Vol. 15, No. 3 3 



Titles — Continued. 

. Come, listen to the sigh. Words by A. 
F. Myhr. Music by Carl Venih. op. 
110, no. 5. New York, .J. if. Sehroeder. 
(1898, no. 24563, Apr. 1*. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by J. H. Sehroeder, New 
York. 

Come now. Sacred song with refrain. 
For solo, qnartet, or chorus. Words by 
C. W. Armstrong. Music by Chas. E. 
Wheeler. Toronto, Can., Anglo-Cana- 
dian music publ'rs ass'n, ltd. (1898, 
no. 24275, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Arjr. 
21,1898.) 71 

Copyright by Anglo-Canadian music 
publ'rs ass'n, ltd, Toronto, Ontario. 

Commencement song. By J. M. Davis, 

[n.i.] (1898, no. 10886, Feb. 10. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by J. M. Davis, Marble 

Kock, Iowa. 

*Conmoto. Trio for organ. Componirt 

von Josef Rheinberger. op. 189. Heft 3. 

Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios 

fur orgel. no. 9.] 1898, no. 19901, Mar. 

28, 1898. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898. ) 

73 
Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Concertino. Fiirilote mit clavierbeglei- 
ung. VonFerdinard Bikhner. op. 40. 
Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 
(1898, no. 24850, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by J. Heinr. Zimmermann. 
Liepzig, Germany. 
Conquest (The). Two-step. For piano. 
By E. J. Nicolas. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Groene music pub. co. (189S. no. 24538, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18. 1898. 7"> 
Copyright by Groene music- pub. co.. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Consolation. Duo fur harmonium and 
klavier. Kompouiert von Carl Mahl- 
berg, op. 40. Berlin, S.W., Carl Simon. 
(1898, no. 21861, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 76 

Copyright by C.Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Corinne march. By Hans Robyn. For 
piano. St. Louis, Mo.. Balmer & 
Weber music house co. (1898, no 
Apr. 23. 2 oopies reo'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 

Copyright by Balmer <S \n eber music 
house) oo., St, Louis, Mo. 
Cradle song. For the pianoforte. Bj 
Aug. Miillcr. Series 2. Philadelphia, 
Theodore Presser. 1 do, 2389 , 
no. 24936, Apr. 20. 2 copies • 
19. L898.) 
Copyright b\ Theo. Presser, l 
delphia. 



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Cradle song and prayer. Guilmont. 

^Eolian arrangement. no. 10386. 

[Chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 18058, Mar. 

17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 79 

Copyright "by ^Eolian co., New York. 

Crossing one by one. By J. Oatinan, jr., 
and A. Geibei, [n. i.] (1898, no. 23098, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

80 
Copyright by J. Howard Entwisle, 
Philadelphia. 

* CupicVs arrow. Words and music by 

Mary May Field. Atlanta, Ga., Miss 

M. M. Field. (1897, no. 56407, Oct. 6. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by M. M. Field, Atlanta, 

Ga. 

* Dainty Dinah. Barn dance. By Ar- 
thur E. Godfrey. Orchestra by Her- 
man Finch. London, Robert Cocks & 
co. (1898. no. 21988, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 82 

Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Dance of the fireflies. Tarautelle for 
piano. By M. C. Wickins. London, 
Wickins & co. (1898, no. 24256, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 83 

Copyright by Wickins & co. , Lon- 
don, Eng. 
Danse de pierrot. Piano composition. 
By B. Jefferson Hall. Philadelphia, 
Theodore Presser. [no. 2415.] (1898, 
no. 24948, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19,1898.) 84 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Dark (The) marriage morn. Words and 
music by Emma G. McKeeyer, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 24331, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 85 

Copyright by E. G. McKeeyer, Cam- 
den, N. J. 
Dat grave ya'd rabbit. Words by Frank 
Stanton. Music by H. Wehrmann. 
New Orleans, La.", H. Wehrmann. 
(1898, no. 24327, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 86 

Copyright by H. Wehrmann, New 
Orleans, La. 
Dear old Maine. Song. By Thos. E. 
Shea, [n. i.] (1898, no. 23659, Apr. 14. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 87 

Copyright by T. E. Shea, Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Debut (Le) polka mazurka. Piano com- 
position. By Theo. W. Dayis. op. 20, 
no. 1. Philadelphia, Theodore Presser. 
[2409.] (1898, no. 24952, Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 88 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 



Titles — Continued. 

Debut (Le) polka mazurka. Yalse. Piano 
composition. By Theo. W. Dayis. op. 



20. 



Philadelphia, Theodore 



Presser. [no. 2410.] (1898, no. 24951, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 89 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
delphia . 

Declare His grace and glory. Anthem. 

Words by E. E. Hewitt. Music by Jno. 

R.Sweney, [n. i.J (1898, no. 25694, 

Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 

Deux raises. Pour piano solo. Par M. 
Esposito. op. 37. no. 1. In A major. 
London, Forsyth bros. (1898, no. 
24612, Apr. 19. " 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 91 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., Lon- 
don, England. 

no. 2. In F sbarp minor. London, 

Forsvth bros. (1898. no. 24613, Apr. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) ,92 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., Lon- 
don, England. 
Don't tell them where you found me! 
Words and music by Thomas F. Dela- 
ney. Cincinnati, Ohio. Groene music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 25913, Apr. 25. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 93 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Dost recall? Weisst du noch? Words 
by Otto Roquette. Music by Bruno 
Oscar Klein, op. 59, no. 7. New York, 
Edward Schuberth <fc co. (1898, no. 
25758, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 94 

Copyright by Charles F. Trefcbar, 
New York. 
Duke's (The) moto. W T ords by Adrian 
Ross. Music by F. Osmond Carr. Lon- 
don. Joseph Williams. (1898, no. 
24611, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 95 

Copyright by J. Williams, London, 
England, 
fiblouissement. Poesie de Villiers de 
LTsle-Adam. Musi que de B. Croce- 
Spinelli. Paris, Heugel et cie. [Sis 
melodies, no. 1.] (1898. no. 24843, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

96 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris, 

France. 

Emperor (The) polka. For military 

band. Composed by D. W. Piatt. Os- 

kaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. (1898, 

no. 16126, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

21,1898.) 97 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, Iowa. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Encore (La). Schottish brillante. By 

Beulah M. Scott, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

24553, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) . 98 

Copyright by Fairchild music co v 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Ethiopia saluting the colors. Words by 
Walt Whitman. Music by Chas. Wood. 
New York, Boosey & co. (1898, no. 
25060, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 99 

Copyright bv Boosey & co., New 
York. 

"Etudeno. 1. By H. A. Wollenhaupt. op. 
22. Revised and lingered by W. B. Col- 
son. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
(1898, no. 20703, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 31, 1898.) 100 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Etudes de concert. Pour le piano. Par 
Ed. Poldini. op. 19, no. 1, in G flat ma- 
jor. Gesdur. New York, Edward Scbu- 
berth & co. (1898, no. 25046, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 101 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

no. 2 in A major. A dur. New York, 

Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 

25047, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 102 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 

no. 3 in F minor. F moll. New 

York, Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, 

no. 25048, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) 103 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 

no. 4 in E flat major. Es dur. New 

York, Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, 

no. 25049, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22/1898.) 104 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 

no. 5 in A flat major. As dur. New 

York, Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, 

no. 25050, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22, 1898. ) U)5 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

Now York. 

no. 6 in 1> minor. 11 moll. Now 

York, Edward Schuberth & co. O s < )S < 

no. 25051, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) L06 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar. 

New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Etudes de concert, no. 7 in G major. G 

dur. New York, Edward Schuberth & 

co. (1898, no. 20552, Apr. 21 . 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 

no. 8 in E minor. E moll. New 

York, Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, 

no. 20503, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) 108 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 

Fate (The) of gentleman Joe. (A medley 

drama.) By T. Thurban. London, 

Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 

24261, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 109 

Copyright by Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. 

Festal march. (Festzug.) For piano- 
forte. By Max Paul Heller, op. 6. 
Revised and lingered by Thomas Will- 
iams. Philadelphia, pfatch music co. 
TThree easy pieces, no. 2.] (1898.no. 
24919, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) HO 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

Feuille d'album. Pour violon, avec ac- 
compagnement de piano. By J. Jacques 
Haakman. op. 24. Four easy pieces in 
the first grade, no. 2. London. Fred- 
erick W. Chauot. [Chanot ed., no. 
943.] (1898, no. 24618, Apr. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 

First (The) artillery. Two-step. For 
piano. By H. B. von Witter. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Groene music pub. co. 
no. 24536, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18, 1898. ) 112 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co.. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

First catch your bird. By John Fowler 
and C. Jerome Wilson. New York, 
Lowell Mason. (1898. no. L3969, Feb. 
26. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, L898.) 113 

Copyright by L. Mason. New York. 

Fitzhugh Lee's march. Tor pianoforte. 

By E. U. Bailey. Boston, White-Smith 

music pub. oo. (1898, no. 24702, Apr. L9, 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 19. L8 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 

"Flag (The) of the brave and the tree. 
Song and ononis. Words ami 
bv C, 8. Brewster, [n 

21164 Apr. I. 2 eopies rec'd \- 
L898.) 
Copyright bj C. S. Brewster, Boston. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Fleur-de-lis polka. By Geo. de Eeuter. 
JEoliiin arrangement no. 20271. [Chart.] 



[n. L] (1898, no. 23923. Apr. 15. 



cop- 



ies ree'd Apr. 26. 1898. ) 116 

Copyright by JEolian co.. Xew York. 

Fleurs sauvages. (Wild flowers.) Waltz. 
By L. P. Laurendeau. For orchestra. 
New York. Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 
ed.. no. 890.] (1898. no. 24712. Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 117 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Flo' Green, my little yaller queen. Ethi- 
opian song. Words and music by J. 
Frank Walsh. Boston. Coupon music 
pub. co. (1897. no. 69305. Dec. 13. 2 
copies rec'd Feb 21. 1898.) 118 

Copyright by Coupon music pub. co.. 
Boston. 

For a very, very long, longtime. (Topical 
song.) Written and composed by M. 
Burton. London. Francis. Day & Hun- 
ter. (1898. no. 24265. Apr. 18. * 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 

"Forest home" (Dirge) for military 
band. Composed by A. M. Laurens. 
Oskaloosa. Iowa. C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898. no. 16123. Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898. ) 120 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 

Forest musings. (Mixed voices secular.) 
English version by Fred. W. Bancroft. 
Music by Leone Sinigaglia. op. 9. no. 
1. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Oc- 
tavo series, no. 77.] (1898, no. 24622, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19. 1898.) 

121 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Fourth U. S. artillery march. For 
military band. Composed by A. Bug- 
lione. Oakaloosa. Iowa, C. L. Barn- 
house. (1898, no.16132, Mar. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 122 
Copyright by Charles L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa. Iowa. 

Fragment. Words by Alfhild Finch 
Myhr. Music by Carl Yenth. op. 110, 
no. 2. Xew York. J. H. Schroeder. 
(1898. no. 24560, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18,1898.) 123 

Copvrigbt by J. H. Schroeder. Xew 
York. 

Freedom forever. Words by F. Smith. 

Music by L. C. Wedgefuth. [n. i.] 

(1898. no.' 22475, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec ; d 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 124 

Copyright by L. C. Wedgefuth. 2s ew 

York . 



Gabnella Brown is back in town. March 
song. Words and music by Kelso and 
Joseph Dickson Murdock. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Groene music pub. co. (1898. no. 
25914. Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 
1898.) 125 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Garlands for Jesus. _ (Sacred song.) 
Words bv Laura E. Xewell. Music by 
I.H.Meredith, [n. i.] (1898. no. 24961, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23. 1898.) 

126 
Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co.. 
Chicago. 

~ Gates of the beautiful, no. 60. [Crown- 
ing theme.] Words by Arthur W. 
French. Music br W. W. Caves. 
Dallas. Tex.. Song-Land co. (1898.no. 
8410. Jan. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8. 
1898.) 127 

Copyright by H. X. Lincoln. Dallas, 
Tex. 

* Gathered home. no. 43. [Crowning- 

theme.] By H. N. Lincoln. Dallas^ 
Tex.. Song-Land co. (1898, no. 8408, 
Jan. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 128 
Copvrigbt bv H.N. Lincoln, Dallas. 
Tex. 
Gathering the lilies. Waltz song and 
refrain. Words by Leonard J. Siehler. 
Music by Otto Piederich. Toledo. 
Ohio, Leonard J. Siehler & co. (1898', 
no. 13845. Feb. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19,1898.) 129 

Copyright by L. Siehler & co., To- 
ledo, Ohio. 
Gavotte und musette. Fur pianoforte. 
Componirt von Willy Klinke. op. 5. 
Berlin. Raabe & Plothow. (1898. no. 
24849. Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd' Apr. 20, 
1898.) 130 

Copyright by Raabe tfc Plothow, 
Berlin, Germany. 

* Girl (The) I loved and lost long, long- 
ago. Words by A. B. Sterling. Music 
bv Harrv Van Tilzer. Xew York. 
Johann Schick. (1898. no. 24135. Apr. 
16. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1898. ; 131 

Copyright by J. Schick, Xew York. 

Glad tidings. Medley quadrille. By L. 
O. De Witt. Orchestra. Xew York, 
Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's edition, 
no. 887.] (1898, no. 24716. Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19. 1898. ) 132 

Copyright by C.Fischer, Xew York. 
Glenwood lancers. For band. By J. H. 
Taylor. Philadelphia, Brophy bros. 
(1898. no. 24556. Anr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18. 1898.) ' 133 

Copyright by Brophy bros., Phila- 
delphia. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Glory (The) of the God of Israel. Full 
anthem for Whitsuntide and general 
use. by Thomas Adams. [Novello's 
octave anthems, no. 593.] New York. 
Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 25057', 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

134 
Copyright by Novello, Ewer &. co., 
New York. 

Going to church. (Zur Kirche.) For 
pianoforte. By Max Paul Heller, op. 
6. Revised and fingered by Thomas 
Williams. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Three easy pieces, no. 1.] (1898, 
no. 24921, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 135 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Golden glories. Song. Words by Chris- 
tina Eossetti. Music by Frederic H. 
Cowen. no. 4. London, Joseph Will- 
iams. (1898, no. 13788, Feb. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898 . ) 136 

Copyright by J. Williams, London, 
England. 

* Golden Klondike. Song and dance. 

For mandolin, guitar, or banjo. Bv G. 

Robinson. (1898, no. 14668, Mar'. 1. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1898. ) 137 

Copyright by H.W.Fisher, Boston. 

Golden rain. Waltz. By Oliver Gaggs. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 
(1898, no. 24260, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18,1898.) 138 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 

Golden silence. A two-part song for fe- 
male voices. Words by Christina Ro- 
setti. Music by G. F. Huntley. New 
York, Novello, Ewer & co. [Novello's 
octavo ed., no. 108.] (1898, no. 25058, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

139 
Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 

Good-by, good-by. Words and music by 

Frank Cecil Lock wood, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

24337, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. IS, 

1898.) 110 

Copyright by F. C. Lock wood, U. S. 

Good-bye. (Sacred song.) Solo and 
chorus. Words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck. 
Music by I. II. Meredith, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 24965, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) Ill 

Copyright by Tullar-Meivdilh co., 
Chicago. 



Titles — Continued. 

Greeting song. (Sacred song.; Words 

and music bv Grant Colfax Tullar, [n. 

- i.] (1898, no". 24960, Apr. 20. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 142 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 

Chicago. 

Guiseppe march. Two-step. By Verdi 

Earns. Bluffton, Ind., Verdi Earns. 

(1898, no.7531, Jan. 24. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. J 8, 1898.) 113 

Copyright by Verdi Earns, Bluffton, 

Ind. 

Hail this day. (Sacred song.) Words 
by Mrs. Frank A. Breck. Music by 
Grant Colfax Tullar, [n. i.J (18^j8. no. 
24962, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 144 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 

Handful (A) of cheer. By J. Oatman, jr., 
and J. R. Swenev, [n. i.] (1898, no, 
23097, Apr. 11. 2 "copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 145 

Copyright by J. R. Sweney, Philadel- 
phia. 

Qappy (The) hunter. Der frohliche 
jager. Pianoforte composition. By 
HrEngelmann. op. 299. Philadelphia, 
Theodore Presser. [Six characteristic 
pieces, no. 1.] (1898, no. 24930, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1 898. ) 146 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Hark! 'tis the signal. Chorus for mixed 
voices. By Carl Bohm. Arranged and 
adapted by J. C. Macy, [n. i.] (1898, no. 
24576, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. IS. 
1898. 11 T 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

* He arose. (For male voices.) Words by 
Charlotte G. Homer. Music by Chas. 
H. Gabriel, [n. i. | [ The church choir. ] 
(1898, no. 20110. Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 28. 1$98.) 
Copyright by Geo. F. Rosche, Chi- 
cago. 

lie certainly is a sweet black man. 

Words andmusicby Irving Jones, [n i.l 

(1898, no. 24989, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 149 

Copyrighi by F. A. Mills, New York, 

Ilea comes my baby. A Coonville 
sode. Words ami music by -'. K. Hub- 
bell. Cincinnati, Ohio. Groene music 
pub. co. (1898, no. -JIM:'. Apr I* 
oopies rec'd Apr. is. L898. 
Copyrighi i>\ Groene music pub 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Heart's desire. Herzensdrang. For the ! 
pianoforte. By Josef Rkeiuliinder. 
op. 99, no. 2. Eevised and fingered by 
Thos. a'Becket. Philadelphia. Theo- 
dore Presser. [no. 2417.] (1898, no. i 
24947, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 151 

Copyright by T. Presser. Philadel- 
phia. 
*Her wedding day. Waltz ballad. 
Words by Jack Simonds. Music by 
Chas. Kohlmau. New York. J. Stark & 
co. (1898, no. 5857, Jan. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 152 

Copyright bv J. Stark & co., New 
York. 
Hereafter (The). Song. Words by W. 
H. Stedman. Music by Johu N. Burn- 
ham. Bostou. Marclav music co. 
(1898. no. 14117. Feb. 28. * 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) ' 153 

Copyright by Wm. Henry Stedman, 
Boston. 
* Herein is love. (Easter anthem.; Words 
from John 3,16-17. .Music by L. 0. 
Emerson, [n. i.] [The church choir.] 
(1898, uo. 20113. Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 28, 1898.) ' 154 

Copyright by Geo. F. Rosche, Chi- 
cago." 
Highwayman (The). Selection from R. 
De Koven's comic opera. Arranged for 
band by Theo. M. Tobani. New York, 
Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed., no. 75.] 
(1898, no. 24711. Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 155 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
Hochzeitung (Der). Fiir piano zu 2 
hauden. Von Friedrich Smetaua. 
Berlin. Germany, Ed. Bote Sc G. Bock. 
(1898, no. 18612, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18. 1898.) 156 

Copyright by E. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin, Germany. 

Home-coming (The). By J. Oatinan, jr., 

and J. H. Entwisle, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

22056, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) 157 

Copyright by J. Howard Entwisle, 

Philadelphia. 

Hoosier jioet march. Composed by Wm. 

Chester Mannfeld. Indianapolis, Ind., 

Manufeld pub. co. (1898. no. 17878, 

Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

158 
Copyright by W. C. Mannfeld, In- 
dianapolis. Ind. 
Hosanua! Hosanna! Sacred song. By 
John R. Swenev. Words bv E. E. 
Hewitt, [n.i.] (1898, no. 21660, Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 159 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, 
Ohio. 



Titles — Continued. 

* How sweet the voice of mercy, no. 30. 
[Crowning theme.] Words by Mrs. 
W. J. Kennedy. Music by H. N. Lin- 
coln. Dallas, Tex., Song-Land co. 
(1898,no. 8407, Jan. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1898.) ' 160 

Copvright bv H. N. Lincoln, Dallas, 
Tex. 
How we love Jesus. (Sacred song.) 
Words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck. 
Music bv Grant Colfax Tullar, [n.i.] 
(1898, no'. 24964, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 161 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 
Humorcske. Waltz for the pianoforte. 
By Fritz Kanffman. op. 16. no. 2. 
Fingered by Thos. a'Becket. Philadel- 
phia, Theodore Presser. [no. 2436.] 
(1898. no. 24941, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19. 1898.) 162 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Hyacinth quadrille. By L. P. Lauren- 
deau. For orchestra. New York. Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed., no. 891.] 
( 1898, no. 24715. Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) ' 163 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
I am a jealous coon. Words and music 
bv Smith and Zublin. Chicago, Smith 
& Zublin. (1898, no. 24571. Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21. 1898.) 164 

Copyright by Smith & Zublin, 
Chicago. 
I doubt it. Soni;' for the parlor and 
church. By R.Jefferson Hall. Phila- 
delphia. Theodore Presser, [no. 2418.] 
(1898. no. 24946. Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898. ) 165 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
I dream of thee. Song. Words by 
William Toynbee. Music by F. E. 
Gambogi. In D flat. London. J. B. 
Cramer & co., ltd. (1898. no. 25592, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

166 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., 

ltd., London, England. 

I miss thee. Words and music by Lydia 

Olive Green. Chicago, Lvon & Healv. 

( 1898, no. 22928. Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 167 

Copyright by L. O. Green, Chicago. 

I wonder if the old place looks the 

same. Words by John F. Palmer. 

Music bv Richard H. Barker. New 

York, M.Witmark & sons. (1898.no. 

24981. Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 

1898.) 168 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

If I leave all for thee. Lass alles ich fur 
dich. Sonnet. Music by Bruno Oscar 
Klein, op. 59. no. 1. Words by Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning. New York, 
Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 
25753, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 169 J 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, J 
New York. 

If only thou art true. Wenn du nur I 
bleibst mir treu. Words by Geo. Bar- ! 
low. Music by Bruno Oscar Klein, i 
op. 59. no. 6. New York, Edward Schu- ! 
berth & co. (1898, no. 25756, Apr. 25. i 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 170 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, j 
New York. 

If thou wert only true. By Carl Venth. 

op. 110, no. 1. New York, J. H. Schroe- 

der. (1898, no. 24559, Apr. 18. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 18,1898.) 171 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York.' 

I'll not forget thee. Soprano or tenor, i 

By Herbert Johnson. Boston, Herbert 

Johnson co. (1898, no. 25138, Apr. 21. ! 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 172 

Copyright by H. Johnson, Boston. 

I'm washed in the blood. Words by Rev. ! 
H. J. Zelley. Music by John J. Hood, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 21670, Apr. 4. 2 con- 
ies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 173 
Copyright by J. J. Hood, Phi lad el- ! 
phi a. 

Im mondelicht waltz. Fahrbach. Mo- j 
lian arrangement, no. 2067. [Chart.] j 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 18064, Mar. 17. 2 cop- ! 
ies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 174 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

In memory or' Jane. Words by Harry 
Bates. Music by John Garrett Cin- j 
ciunati, Ohio, Groene music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 24546, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 175 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 

*In springtime. (Nener friihling.) By 
Gustav Lange. op. 41. Revised and 
fingered by Thomas Williams. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 
20705, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 31, 
1898.) 176 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In the smiling sky. Words by Ada lUcuk 

horn. Music by C. 1>. Emerson, [n.i.] 

(1S9S. no. 25304, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 177 

Copyright by Chas. H. Gabriel, Chi- 

oaffo. 



Titles — Continued. 

Irrfahrt (Die) urn's gliick. Overture by 
Fr. v. Suppe\ Arranged by L. P. 
Laurendeau for band. New York, 
Carl Fischer, [C. Fischer's edition, no. 
403.] (1898, no. 24709, Apr. 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 178 
Copyright by C. Fischer. New York. 

I's dark, but I's no fool. Words by W. 
M. Brown. Music by Dave Fitzgibbon. 

Boston, G. W. Setchell. (1898, no. 25139, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. 

179 
Copyright by G. W. Setchell, Boston. 

Italian nights. Waltz. By Theo. M. 
Tobani. Arranged by L. P. Lauren- 
deau, for band. New York, Carl Fisch- 
er [C. Fischer's ed. no. 409.] (1898, no. 
24710, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 180 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

J'ai peur d'un baiser. (A poor young 
shepherd.) Poe'sie de Paul Verlaine. 
Musique de B. Croce-Spinelli. Paris, 
Heugel et cie. [Six melodies, no. 5.] 
(1898, no. 24842, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 181 

Copyright by Heugel & cie.. Paris. 
France. 

Jerusalem, my happy home. By G. Ed- 
ward Stubbs, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25297, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 18 

182 

Copyright by G. E. stubbs, 1'. s. 

Jockey club march and two-step. By 
Robt. L. Peyton. [For piano.] Xew 
York, A. H. Fitz music co. (1898, no. 
24924, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) L83 

Copyright by Alb. H. Fit/. New York. 

Johnson of the levee. Words and music 
by Percy W. Kring. Cincinnati, O., 
Groene music pub. cc. (1898, no. 2451 1. 
Apr. IS. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18,18 

1<I 
Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 

• ,)oy of Easter day, (For ladies' i o 
Words by 1>. EL.Winslow. Music 
P. Emerson, [n. i. ] [The i hurch i I 
(1898, no. 20115, Mar. 28. 2 copies 



Mar. 28, 1898.) 
Copyright hy Geo. 1 

cago. 

Jubilato Deo. By E. K 
icau choir, v. 3. no. a 
CharlesS. Elliol & oo, (189 
Feb. 25. 2 copies ret 'd Mar. 31, L8 d 



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Titles — Continued. 

Juggler (The). Der jongleur. Piano- 
forte composition. By EL Engelmann, 
op. 299. Philadelphia. Theodore Pres- 
ser. [Six characteristic pieces, no. 5.] 
(1898, no. 24926, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 187 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Just a little pansy. (Sacredsong.) Solo 
and duet. Words by E. E. Hewitt. 
Music by I. H. Meredith, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 24958, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 188 

Copyright by TuUar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 

* Just as sweet as she looks. Ballad and 
refrain. Words and music by Harry 
S.Miller. New York, J. Stark & co. 
(1898, no. 5856, Jan. 15. 2 conies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1898.) 189 

Copyright by Julius Stark & co., 
New York. 

Kansas state waltz. By J. G. Hunter and 
Frank A. Bush. For 1st and 2d man- 
dolins and guitar. Belleville, Kansas, 
Frank A. Bush. (1898, no. 24892, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 190 
Copyright by F. A. Bush, Belleville, 
Kans. 

"King bee" march. For military band. 
Composed by C. H. Collins. Oskaloosa, 
Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. (1898, no. 16127, 
Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

191 
Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 

King of earth and heaven. Sacred song. 
Words and music bv E. E. Hewitt, 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 2i662, Apr. 4. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 192 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 
*King (The) of glory. By Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. [Anthem for mixed voices.] 
[n.i.] [The church choir.] (1898, no. 
20112, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 
1898.) 193 

Copyright by Geo. F. Rosche, Chi- 
cago. 
*King William's victory. March. By 
R. E. Henninges. Chicago, S. Brain- 
ard's sons. (1898, no. 5128, Jan. 12. 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, ] 898. ) 194 

Copyright by R. E. Henninges, U. S. 

Kiss my mother, Jack, and say it came 
from me. Words by Johnnie Carroll. 
Music by Thos. F. Morrissey. New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 
24981, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 195 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Koreans (The). [An opera in 3 acts.] 
Libretto by Chas. Emerson Cook. Mu- 
sic by Lucius Hosmer, [n.i.] (1898, 
no. 24970, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) J 96 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 
Lady (The) with the rag time walk. 
Words and music bv Armstrong bros. 
New York, W. B. Gray & co. (1898, 
no. 22478, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22,1898.) 197 

Copyright by W. B. Gray, New York. 
Lamartine. Fragment poetique, no. 1. 
For the pianoforte. By Benj. Godard. 
Edited and revised by Maurits Leefson. 
Philadelphia, Theodore Presser. [no. 
2377.] (1898, no. 24953. Apr. 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 198 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Lead us in the way of blessing. Sacred 
song. By Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. AVords 
by E. E. Hewitt, [n. i.] (1898, no. 21663, 
Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

199 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, 
Ohio. 
Liebeslied. Text von Ludwig Fulda. 
Lied fur eine singstimme mit beglei- 
tung des pianoforte. Componirt von 
E. Nitrac. op. 1. Frankfurt, Gustav 
Oehler, jr. (1898, no. 25072. Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 200 

Copyright by G. Oehler, jr., Frank- 
furt, Germany. 

* Lieutenant Jenkins' funeral march. 

Composed by H. R. Basler. Pittsburg, 
Pa., Basler's music house. (1898, no. 
20526, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 201 

Copyright by H. R. Basler, Pittsburg, 
Pa, 
Life (The) on wings. By Mrs. F. A. Breck 
and Jno. R. Sweney, [n. L] (1898, no. 
23096, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 202 

Copyright bv J. R. Sweney, Philadel- 
phia. 
Life's mystery. Song. [Piano accompa- 
niment.] Words by Arthur W. Emer- 
son. Music by Lucius Hosmer. Bos- 
ton, B. F. Wood music co. (1898, no. 
24968, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 203 

Copyright by B. F. AVood music co., 
Boston. 

* Lily is my sweetheart. AVords and mu- 
sic bv Arthur Trevelyan. New York, 
E. T. Paull music co. (1898, no. 18920, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 

204 
Copyright by E. T. Paull, New York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Little (The) Daisy. Mazurka. For brass 
and reed band. By M. A. Althouse. 
Beading, Pa.. J. S. Althouse & to., ltd. 
(1898, no. 23554, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898. 205 

Copyright by J. S. Althouse & co., 
ltd., Heading, Pa. 

Little rosebuds. Words by Ida M. Budd. 

Music by Chas. H. Gabriel, [n. i.] (1898, 

no. 25305, Apr. 2L. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

21.1898.) 206 

Copyright by C. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Little (The) soldier. Der kleine soldat. 
For piano or organ. By Bruno Wan- 
delt. op. 13. no. 1. Philadelphia, Theo- 
dore Presser. [no. 2112.] (1898, no. 
24950, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 207 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Love song. Liebeslied. For a high 
voice. Composed by Ad. Lewing. op. 
14. Words by Friedrich Eiickert. 
New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 
(1898, no. 25755, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 208 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

Love's appeal. Ballad. Words by Adam 
Darling, jr. Music by A. H. Hayes. 
San Francisco, Cal., Model music store. 
(1898. no. 17594, Mar. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 209 

Copyright by A. Darling, jr., Denver, 
Colo. 

Mailied. (Ged. von Victor Bliithgen.) 
Fiir dreistiminigen frauenchor, (mit 
begleitung des pianoforte ad libitum.) 
Componht von Arnold Krug, op. 78. 
Partitur und stimmeu. Leipzig, Fr. 
Kistner. [Fiinf gedichte. no. 5]. (1898, 
no. 24846, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 210 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Major Tiugley's march, or two-step. By 
Benjamin H. Oxley. [For piano.] 
Pawtucket, R. L, Benj. II. Oxley. (1898, 
no. 24894, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 211 

Copyright bv B. H. Oxley, Pawtuck- 
et, R.I. 

Make way galop. By L. P. Laurendeau. 

For orchestra. Now York, Carl Fischer. 
[C.Fischer's ed. no. 890.] (1.898, no. 
24714, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L9, 
1898.) 212 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 



Titles — Conti nued . 

Mama, please cut off my curls. Words by 
Walter J. Meyer. Music by W. Arm- 
strong, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25634, Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 213 

Copyright by I. Armstrong, St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Mapleton quadrille. By J. II. Taylor. 
Band. Philadelphia, Bropbv bios. 
(1897, no. 74142, Dec. 31. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 214 

Copyright by Brophy bros., Phila- 
delphia. 

March. From tropic to tropic. For 
military band. Composed by Rassel 
Alexander. Oskaloosa, Iowa, ('. L. 
Barnhouse. (1898. no. 16129, Mar. 8. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 215 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 
March to Montevedio. For military 
band. Composed by C. L. Barnhouse. 
Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898, no. 16137, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 216 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa. Iowa. 
* Marguerite across the street. Waltz 
song and refrain. Words by Emma 
Wiegand. Music by Harry Chapman. 
New York, J. Stark & co. (1898, no. 
5854, Jan. 15. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 
1898.) 217 

Copyright by Julius Stark & co., 
New York. 
Marionettenspriinge. Klein ea ballet. 
Aeolian arranucment. no. 10370. By 
R. Goldbeck. [Chart.] [n. i.j (1897, 
no. 72312, Dec 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
26,1898.) 218 

Copyright by J. Herbert Chase, supt.. 
Meriden, Conn. 
Mary Carey. Song. Words and music 
by Kelso and Jos. Dickson Murdock. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Groene music pub, oo. 
(1898. no. 25912, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 219 

Copyright by Groene music pub. c<>.. 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Matteo Falcone. Opermit einen vor- und 
einen nachspiel. Dichtung und musik 
von Theodor Gerlach. Vollstiindiger 
klavierauszug mit text. Hannover, 
Louis Oertel. (1898, do. 24851, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, L898.) 220 

Copyright by L. Oertel, Hannover, 
Germany. 
*Maud waltz. (Levy.) Golden melo- 
dies, no. 71. By .'. Bellak. Ne\* x 
Hamilton S. Gordon. (1898, no. . 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 81, lv>v> 

Copyright by Chns. E. und l< opold 
\V. Bellak, Philadelphia. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Mayflowers. Medley overture. For mili- 
tary band. Composed by A. M. Laurens. 
Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898. no. 16125. Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 222 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 
May song. (Mixed voices. Secular.) Eng- 
lish version by Fred. W. Bancroft. Mu- 
sic by Leone Siuigaglia. op. 9. no. 3. 
Boston. Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 79.] (1898, no. 24621, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 223 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Melodic Pour violin avec accompagni- 
ment de piano. By J. Jacques Haak- 
man. op. 24. Four easy pieces in the 
first position, no. 1. London, Fred- 
erick W. Chanot. [Edition Chanot, no. 
942.] (1898.no. 24617. Apr. 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 224 
Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 

Memories. (Mixed voices. Secular.) Eng- 
lish version by Fred. W. Bancroft. Mu- 
sic by Leone Siuigaglia. op. 9. no. 2. 
Boston. Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 78.] (1898, no. 24623, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 225 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Memories of the South before the war. 
Words by Jas. O'Dea. Music bv Leo 
Friedman. Chicago. Sol. Bloom. (1898, 
no. 20120, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 226 ! 

Copyright by S. Bloom, Chicago. 

Mercedes. Fandango. By L. P. Lauren- 
dean. For orchestra. New York. Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fisher's ed. no. 888.] 
(1898, no. 24719, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 227 

Copyright by C.Fischer, New York. 

Message (The). Words by Clara T. 
Henry. Music by H. A. Henry, [n. i.] 
(1898. no. 25303. Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 228 

Copyright by Chas. H. Gabriel, Chi- 
cago. 
Mexicana (La). Mexican waltzes. By 
Leon Savarro. Cincinnati, Ohio, Brand 
pub. co. (1898, no. 24574, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 229 i 

Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
"Mighty God. no. 58. [Crowning theme] 
Words by Rev. Charles S. Robinson. 
Music by T. S. Shepherd. Dallas, 
Tex.. Song-Land co. (1898. no. 8409, 
Jan. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898.) 

230 
Copyright by H. N. Lincoln. Dallas, 
Tex. 



Miss 'Liza, your real color has come back. 
Words and music bv Ed. Rogers. New 
York, J. Stark & co. (1898. no. 14475, 
Mar. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

231 
Copyright bv J. Stark & co., New 
York. 

^Moderate Trio for organ. By Josef 
Rheinberger. op. 189, heft 1. Leipzig, 
Rob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios far orgel. 
no. 2.] (1898. no. 19894, Mar. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 322 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

heft 2. Leipzig. Rob. Forberg. 

[Zwolf trios fur orgel. no. 5.] (1898, 
no. 19897, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
28,1898.) 233 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

no. 7. (1898, no. 19899, Mar. 28. 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) ' 234 

Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Moss Island mill. Maymie, so fair. Song. 
By Enoch Callenz Wickersham. Ster- 
ling. Kan., Inter- American pub. co. 
(1898. no. 7896. Jan. 26. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 235 

Copyright by E. C. Wickersham, 
Sterling, Kan. 

Mountain dream. Violin and piano. By 
Julius Zech. Baltimore, George Willig 
&co. (1898, no. 24740, Apr. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 236 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Mv Alabama man. Words and music bv 

Bennett F. Fritch, [n. i.] (1898, no'. 

25814. Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 

1898.) ' 237 

Copvriolit bv B. F. Fritch, St. Louis, 

Mb. 

My big black baby. A coon song. Words 
and music by H. Wehrmann. New 
Orleans. La.. H. Wehrmann. (1898, no. 

- 24328, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 238 

Copyright by Henry Wehrmann, New 
Orleaus, La. 

My boyhood's happy home far away. By 

Andrew Wain wright. Orchestra,' [n.i.] 

(1898, no. 25307. Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 1,1898.) 239 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, 

Chicago. 



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Titles — Continued. 

My darling Annette, or the traveling 
man's sweetheart. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by E. F. Gould. 
New York, E. F. Gould. (1898, no. 
25733. Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 240 

Copyright by Everett Francis Gould, 
Bock Island, 111. 



My love. Song. 
Eoss Gilfillau. 



Words and mnsic by 
New York, George L. 



Spaulding. (1898, no. 21977, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 241 

Copyright by G. L. Spaulding, New 
York. 

My love is like a red, red rose. Dem 
rothen roslein gleiclit mem lieb. Words 
by tfobert Burns. Music by Bruno 
Oscar Klein, op. 59. no. 1. New York, 
Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 
25756, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 242 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

My old Kentucky home. Waltz. By 
Andrew Herman, op. 349. Arranged 
by E. H. Frey for 2 mandolins and 
guitar. New York, Carl Fischer. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 63.] (1898. no. 24728, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19. 1898.) 

243 
Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Mystic (The) maze overture. By C. W. 
Dalbev. Band, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25312, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

244 



Copyright 
Chicago. 



by Dalbev music co. 



Naught I know of care and sorrow. 
2 parts. From Der Freischiitz. By 
Carl Maria v. Weber. Cincinnati. 
Ohio, John Church co. ( 1898, no. 25309, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21,1898.) 

245 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Nautch (The) girl's song. Words by Sir 
Edwin Arnold. Music by Frederic II. 
Cowen. no. 5. London, Joseph Will- 
iams. (1898, no. 13787, Feb. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.; 216 

Copyright by -J. Williams, London. 
England. 

New (The) gladiator. March and two- 
step. By Birt Summers. [For piano.] 
Wheeling, W. Va.,C. A. House. (1898, 
no. 21653. Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19.1898.) 217 

Copyright by lb Summers, Wheel- 
ing, \Y. Va. 



Titles — Continued. 

New York zither club march, lor one 
zither. By Ch. Heinzinger. Newark, 
N. J., Jos. Thome. (1898, no. 25129, Apr. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 218 
Copyright by J. Thome, Newark, 
N.'J. 
Nocturne. Words by T. B. Aldrich . Mu- 
sic by A. L. Barnes. New York, Edward 
Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 25632. Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23. 1898. ) 249 
Copyright by E. Schuberth <fe co., 
New York. 
Northern (The) light. Words by Ca- 
thiuka Myhr. Music by Carl Venth. 
op. 110. no. 6. New York, J. H. Schroe- 
der. ( 1898, no. 24561, Apr. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 250 

Copyright by J. II. Schroeder. New 
York. 
Nun gute nacht. (Ged. von Victor Bluth- 
gen.) Fiir dreistimmigen frauenchor 
(mit begleitung des pianoforte ad libi- 
tum). Componirt von Arnold Krug. 
op. 78. Partitur mid stimmen. Leip- 
zig, Germany, Fr. Kistner. [Fiinf 
gedichte, no. 1.] (1898, no. 24814. Apr. 
20. 2 ccipies rec'd Apr. 20. 1898.) 2.11 
Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig. 
Germany. 
O dav of rest and gladness. By G. Ed- 
ward Stubbs, [n.i.l (1898, no. 252 - 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 1898. ) 

252 
Copyright by G. E. Stubbs. 1'. S. 
O ! flower of all. Du einzige blume. Com- 
posed by Bruno Oscar Klein, op. 59, 
no. 10. New Vork. Edward Schuberth 
cA co. (1898, no. 25760, Apr. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 253 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 

O Jesus, Pastor! Quartette, By a 

sister of charity. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 24545, 

Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. L8, 18 >8. 

1 254 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

* o joyful sound. (Easter anthem. By 
O. S. Grinnell. | Mixed voices. a. i.] 
[The ehnn h choir, j (1898, QO. 20111, 
Mar.28. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 

Copyright by Geo. V. Rosche, Chi- 
cago. 

skylark ! for thy w ing. Song. V 
by Mrs. Hemans*. Music by Frederic H. 

Cowan, no. 2. London, Joseph 
liams. (1898, no. 13785, Feb. ' 
copies rec'd Apr. 2 : 18 8 
Copy right b\ J.Willi 
Lngland. 



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Titles— Continued. 



* O the precious name of Jesus, no. 4. 

[Crowning theme.] Words and music 
by E. K. Hevser. Dallas, Tex., Song- 
Land co. (1898, no. 8405, Jan. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 257 

Copyright by H. N. Lincoln, Dallas, 
Tex. 

Offertorium. From mass in C. By E. 

Silas. iEolian arrangement, no. 50142. 

[chart.] [n. i.] (1898. no. 18071, Mar. 

17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 258 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

Oh. Mister Noah ! (A tale of an ark. ) Writ- 
ten and composed by Frank Leo. Lon- 
don, England, Francis, Day & Hunter. 
(1898, no. 24267, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 259 

Copyright by Francis, Day& Hunter, 
London, England. 

* Old glory. Words adapted from J oseph 

Eodman Drake'spoem, " The American 
Flag." By the composer of the music, 
Karl Feininger. op. 26. no. 7. New 
York, Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, 
no. 24238, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
16,1898.) 260 

Copyright by K. Feininger, New York. 

Old (The) hermit. Der alte einsiedler. 
Pianoforte composition. By H. Engel- 
mann. op. 299. Philadelphia, Theodore 
Presser. [Six characteristic pieces, 
no. 4.] (1898, no. 24927, Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 261 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Old (The) thirteen. Words by Corilla 

Copeland Lewis. Music by Harriet 

Hayden Hayes, [n. i.] ( 1898* no. 25504, 

Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 262 

Copyright by H. H. Hayes, Chicago. 

On the beach at Narragansett. Words 

by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 

Kerker, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25819, Apr. 25. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 263 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., New 

York. 

On the playground. ( Auf dem spielplatz. ) 
For pianoforte. By Max Paul Heller. 
op. 6. Revised and fingered by Thomas 
Williams. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Three easy pieces, no. 3.] (1898, 
no. 24920, Apr. 2*0. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20, 1898.) 264 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

On to victory. Words and music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, [n. i.] (1898. no. 25306. 
Apr.21. 2copiesrec'dApr.21,1898.) 265 
Copyright by C. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Once more we come with summer flowers. 
For mixed voices. Quartette or chorus. 
For Decoration day. By James R. 
Murray, no. 1940. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
John Church co. (1898, no. 25308, Apr. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 266 
Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

One summer day. March. Two-step. 
Composed by Alfred Rosenberg. New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898, no. 
25313, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 267 

Copyright by W. A. Pond & co., New 
York'. 

Onward, Christian soldiers. (Sullivan.) 
Transcription for the piano. By Rich- 
ard Goerdeler. Philadelphia, Theodore 
Presser. [no. 2390.] (1898. no. 24940, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

268 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Opera bouffe. Potpourri on French comic 
operas. Arranged by L. P. Laurendeau. 
For orchestra. New York, Carl Fischer. 
[C.Fischer's ed. no. 889.] (1898, no. 
24721, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898. ) 269 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Our Joe. March, two-step. Composed by 
Geo. Seibert. [For piano.] Danville, 
111., Benjamin's temple of music. (1898, 
no. 24652, Apr. 19. 2 co^nes rec'd Apr. 
19, 1898. ) 270 

Copyright by G. Seibert, Danville,Ill. 

Pasquinade. Caprice for the piano. By 
Louis Moreau Gottschalk. Edited and 
fingered bv John Orth. Boston, Oliver 
Ditson co'. (1898, no. 24575, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 271 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Patrol of the musketeers. Ronde des 
mousquetaires. Piano composition. By 
G. Bachmann. Edited by Carl Hoff- 
man. Philadelphia, Theodore Presser. 
[no. 2405.] (1898, no. 24934, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 272 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Peace be around thee. Song. Words by 
Thomas Moore. Music by Frederic H. 
Cowen. no. 1. Londou, Joseph Will- 
iams. (1898. no. 13790. Feb. 26. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 273 

Copyright by J. Williams, London, 
England. 



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Titles— Continued. 



People (The) free. (Patriotic song.) 
Words and music by H. A.. Clarke. Phil- 
adelphia, Theodore Presser. [no. 2435.] 
(1898, no. 24954, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 274 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Perhaps we'll make the same mistake. 
Words and music bv Smith & Zublin. 
Chicago, Smith & Zublin. (1898, no. 
24570, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 275 

Copyright by Smith & Zublin, Chi- 



Petite valse melodique. Pour violon 
avec aecompagnement de piano. By J. 
Jacques Haakman. op. 24. Four easy 
pieces in the tirst grade, no. 3. London, 
Frederick W. Chanot. [Ed. Chanot. 
no. 944. (1898, no. 24619, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19. 1898. ) 276 

Copyright by F. VV. Chanot, London, 
England. 



Phantasie. (B moll.) Fur harpe, mit 
begieitung des harmoniums (oder der 
orgel). Komponiert von Franz Poenitz. 
op. 45. B. fur harpe solo und harmo- 
nium accompaniment. Berlin, Carl 
Simon. (1898, no. 24863, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 277 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 

Pietro polka. By L. P. Laurendeau. For 
orchestra. New York, Carl Fischer. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 889.J (1898, no. 
24722, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 278 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Pilgrims (The). Der pilgerchor. Piano- 
forte composition. By H. Engelmann. 
op. 299. Philadelphia, Theodore Pres- 
ser. [Six characteristic pieces, no. 6.] 
C1898, no. 24925, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 279 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 



Pirate (The). Piratenlied. Words by 
James MacNaughton Thompson. Song 
for baritone or bass, with piano accom- 
paniment. Composed by F. Bruesch- 
weiler. op. 17. Milwaukee, Rohlfing 
sons music co. [Two songs, no. 2. | 
(1898, no. 24990, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 2S0 

Copy right by Rohlfing sons music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis/ 



Prelude inE minor. For the pianoforte. 
By Felix Mendelssohn. Edited and 

revised by Maurits Leefson. Philadel- 
phia, Theodore Presser. [no. 2425.] 
(1898, no. 24942, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 281 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Premiere (La) danseuse. Piano duett. 
By Fidelis Zitterbart. Philadelphia, 
Theodore Presser. [no. 2420.] (1898, 
no. 24935, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19,1898.) 282 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Presents (Les). Poesie de Villiers de 
LTsle-Adam. Musique de B. Croce- 
Spinelli. Paris, Heugel et Cie. [Six 
melodies, no. 3.] (1898, no. 24856, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 283 
Copyright by Heugel & Cie, Paris. 
France. 

Princess (The) Angeline. Two- step 
march. By Alfred C. Mackin. [For 
piano.] Taylor, Texas, Crescent music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 24650, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 28 1 

Copyright by Crescent music pub. 
co., Taylor, Texas. 

Promise (The) is dated to-day. Words 
by H. J. Zelley. Music by John J. 
Plood, [n.i.] (1898, no. 21674. Apr. 4. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 285 

Copyright by J. J. Hood. Philadel- 
phia. 

Quadrille. "The little dandy." For 
band. By J. R. Feagans. Philadelphia, 

Brophy bros. (1898. no. 24558, Apr. 1^. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18. 1898.) 286 

Copyright by Brophy bros.. Philadel- 
phia. 

* Quasi adagio. Trio for organ. By Jose, 
Rheinberger. op. 189, heft 1. Leipzig. 
Rob. Forberg. [Zwolf trios fur orgelf 
no. 4.] (1898. no. L9896, Mar. 28, 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 28, 1898. ) 287 

Copyright by B. Forberg, Lei] 
Germany. 

Rapid transit. Walt-. By Alfred W. 
Herzog, i n. i. \ (1898, no. 24549, Apr. IS. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. IS. L898. 
Copyright i>\ A. \\ . Her sog, Hobo- 
ken, N. -1. 

Reading (The) sesqui-centenuial n 
For piano solo, By M. A Utl 
Reading, Pa., J. S. Althonse a co., ltd. 
(1898, no. L8518, Mar. 19, 2 i opies 
Apr. 22. L898.) 
Copj righl by J. S. Althouse v\ 
It if. Reading, Pa, 



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Titles — Continued. 

Referee (The). Two-step. By L. P. 
Laurencleau. For orchestra. New York, 
CarlFischer. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 8^0.] 
(1898, no. 24713, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19,1898.) 290 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Regrets. Romance sans paroles. Pour 
violon et piano. Par Ossip Loew, 
[n. L] (1898, no. 24862, Apr. 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 291 
Copyright by O. Loew, Paris, France. 

Remembrances of Boston. March. Violin 
or mandolin and guitar. By W. Dorn, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 24572, Apr. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 292 
Copyright by William Dorn, Chicago. 

Reverie. For violin or violoncello and 
piano. By M. C. Wickins. London, 
Wickins & co. (1898, no. 2-1257, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 293 
Copyright by Wickins & co., Lon- 
don, England. 

Ride-a-cock horse. (Song.) Written and 
composed by T. B. Fayne and W. Allen. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 24264, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18, 1898. ) 29 1 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
Loudon, England. 

Romance en fa. Pour violon avec accom- 
pagnement de piano. By J. Jacques 
Haakman. op. 25. Trois inorceaux 



de salon. 



London, Frederick W. 



Chanot. [Ed. Chanot. no. 947.] (1898, 

no. 24616, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19,1898.) 295 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 

England. 

Russian song. Russisch. Words by Hans 
Schmid. Composed by Bruno Oscar 
Klein. op. 59. no. 8. New York, 
Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 
25754, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 296 

Copyright by Chas. F. Tretbar, New 
York. 

Rustic (A) dance. Landler. Extract 
from suite. Joachim Raff. op. 162, no. 
3. Piano composition. Philadelphia, 
Theodore Pressor, [no. 2437.] (1898, 
no. 24933, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
19,1898.) 297 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

S. O. K. (The) two-step. Composed by 
M. O. Shaugnessy. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 24547, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 

298 
Copyright by Groene music, pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Titles — Continued. 

Saengerfesfc (The). March brillante. 
Composed by Fred R. Ewing. [For 
piano.] Galveston, Tex., C. Janke & 
co. (1898, no. 25624, Apr. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 299 

Copyright by C. Janke & co., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

Salve regina. By L.Gordigiani. ^Eolian 

arrangment. no. 50140. [chart.] [n.i.] 

(1898, no. 18069, Mar. 17. 2 copies reo'^ 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by JEo'lian co., New York 

Savior, blessed Savior. By G. Edward 
Stubbs, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25300, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 301 

Copyright by G. E. Stubbs, U. S. 

Scherzo. Pour le piano. Par Charles 

Becker, op. 35. Boston, the B. F. Wood 

music co. (1898, no. 24969, Apr. 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 302 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 

Schneckenlied. (Ged. von Victor Bliith- 
gen.) Fur dreistimmigen frauenchor 
(mil begleitung des pianoforte ad 
libitum). Componirt von Arnold Krug. 
op. 78. Partiturundstimmen. Leipzig, 
Fr. Kistner. [Fiinf gedichte. no. 3.] 
(1898, no. 24847, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 303 

Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Schrecklichegeschichte. (Ged. von Victor 
Bliithgen. ) Fiir dreistimmigen frauen- 
chor, (mit begleitung des pianoforte 
ad libitum). Componirt von Arnold 
Krug. op. 78. Partitur und stimmen. 
Leipzig, Germanv, Fr. Kistner. [Fiinf 
gedichte. no. 2.] 1 (1898, no. 24845, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 304 
Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Self-instructor for the piano-zither. 
Invented by C. T. Menze. St. Louis, 
Mo., Dawley music co. (1898, no. 24310, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 

305 
Copvright bv C.T. Menze, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Sereines (Les) fian^ailles. Prose et mu- 
sique de B. Croce-Spinelli. Paris, Hen- 
gel etcie. [Sixmelodies. no. 6.] (1898), 
no. 24855, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20, 1898.) 306 

Copyright by Heugel & cie., Paris, 
France. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Serenade (In double stops). Mandolin 
and guitar. By E. H. Frey. Philadel- 
phia, Stewart & Bauer. [Banjo and 
guitar journal, no. 105.] (1898, no. 
20911, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 
1898.) 307 

Copyright by Samuel Swain Stewart, 
Philadelphia. 

Sergeant (The) major. Two-step. By 
L. P. Laurendeau. For orchestra. 
New York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 
edition, no. 889.] (1898, no. 24723, Apr. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 308 
Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

She died on her wedding day. Words by 
KittieF. Smith. Music by J. H.Warner. 
Marlboro, Mass., Warner music co. 
(1898, no. 24554, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 309 

Copyright by J. H.Warner, Marlboro, 
Mass. 

She is more to be pitied than censured. 
Words and music by Wm. B. Gray. 
New York, W. B. Gray & co. (1898, no. 
22481, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 
1898.) 310 

Copyright by W. B. Gray, New York. 

She is the belle of New York. Words by 

Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 

Kerker, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25818, Apr. 25. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) ' 311 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., New 

York. 

* She suits me. Waltz song. Words by 
A. Nimra. Composed by Wm. Flake. 
St. Louis, Jos. Placht &, son. (1898, no. 
11900, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd May 5, 
1898.) 312 

Copyright by E. A. Schubert, St. 
Charles, Mo. 

Shepherd of tender youth. By G. Ed- 
ward Stubbs, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25299, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

313 
Copyright by G. E. Stubbs, U. S. 

Si tu veux m'amour. Pocsie de Jean 
Eichepin. Musique de B. Croce-Spin- 
nelli. Paris, Heugel etcie. [Sixmelo- 
dies, no. 4.] (1898, no. 24841, Apr. 20. 
2 copies vec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 314 

Copyright by Heugel & cie., Paris, 
France. 

Si yous saviez. Pocsie de G. Boutelleau. 
Musique de II. Bemberg. no. 2 on mi 
flat. Paris, Lucien Grus. (189S, no. 
24859, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20. 
1898.) 315 

Copyright by II. Bemberg, Paris, 
France. 



Titles — Continued. 

Side by side. Two-step for piano. By 
Harry F. Sanders. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 24539, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, L898.) 

316 
Copyright, by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

tfince Christ the Lord is mine. By G. W. 

Davis and Chas. H. Gabriel, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 23099, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 317 

Copyright by J. Howard Entwisle, 

Philadelphia. 

Singerie. Berline-polka. Pour piano. 

Par H. Tellam. Paris, Paul Decourcelle. 

(1898, no. 24860, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1898.) 318 

Copyright by P. Decourcelle, Paris, 

France. 

Sister Flossie's bright red hair. Words 
by Paul West. Music by Nat. D. Mann. 
New York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898, 
no. 249 i 9, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20, 1898. ) 319 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Six aces in de pack with me don't go. 
Words and music by Alt'. H. Fitz . N e W 
York, Alf. FI. Fitz music co. (1898. no. 
20697, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 320 

Copyright by A. H. Fitz. New York. 

^Slumber polka (Beyer). Golden melo- 
dies, no. 73. ByJ.Bellak. New York, 
Hamilton S.Gordon. (1898, no. 26794, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 

321 
Copyright by Chas. E. & Leopold W. 
Bellak, Philadelphia. 

Slumber song. Sonu for the parlor and 
church. By R. Jefferson Hall. Phila- 
delphia, Theodore Presser. [ no. 2 Hi'. 1 
(1898, no. 24945, Apr. 20. 2 copies reed 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 322 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

SoeurMarthe. Dranie lyrique en ;i actes 
et 5 tableaux. Tonne de Charles 
Richet & Octave FLondaille. Musique 
de Predcric l.e Key. Partition chant 
et piano, Paris, rani Dupont. 
no. 24858, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20, L898.) 
Copyright i»\ P. Dupont, Paris, 
Prance. 

Solfege. Melodique et progressif, en cl<? 

do sol et cle ile t'a. par Kmile Pi: 
Aver aocompagnement de piano. 
A. Noel. (1898, no. 24861, Apr, S 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, I s 
Copyright by LNo I, Paris, France. 



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Somebody's mother. (Song.) Written 
and composed by Murray & Leigh. 
London. Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 24262, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
18,1898.) 325 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 
Something must have struck her wrongs 
Song and chorus. By Merriless & 
Matthew Woodward. New York, M. 
Witmark & sons. ( 1898, no. 24980, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 326 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 
Soinmernacht. (Reinick.) Fiir genii- 
schten chor mit begleitung des orches- 
ters. Componirt von Leo Blech. 
Aachen, Th. Naus (Leon Naus). (1898, 
no. 24854, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 327 

Copyright by T. Naus (Leon Naus), 
Aachen, Germany. 
Song of praise. Words by Ada Blenk- 
horn. Music by S. B. Jackson, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 25301, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 328 

Copyright by Chas. H. Gabriel, Chi- 
cago. 

Song (The) of the blue and the gray. 
Words and music by Charles E. Hof- 
mann. St. Louis, Mo., Balmer & Web- 
er music house co. (1898, no. 25633, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

329 

Copyright by C. E. Hofmann, St. 

Louis, Mo. 

Song (A) of the Maine. Words by Ida 

Eva Haines. Music by Harriet Hav- 

den Haves, [n. i.] (1898, no. 24180, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 330 

Copyright by I. E. Haines and H. H. 

Hayes, Chicago. 

Sow kind deeds. Bv M. W. Morse and 

J. H. Entwisle, [~n. i.] (1898, no. 23095, 

Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

331 
Copyright by John J. Hood, Phila- 
delphia. 
Special studies in thirds, sixths, and oc- 
taves. For the piano. By J. H. Rogers. 
Philadelphia, Theodore Presser. [no. 
2289.] (1898, no. 24939, Apr. 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 332 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 
Spinnlied. Dichtung von L. Bowitsch. 
Fiir frauenchor unci streichorchester, 
oder pianoforte. Componirt von Max 
Josef Beer. op. 55. Leipzig, Rob. 
Forberg. (1898, no. 24852. Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) ' 333 
Copyright by R. Forberg, Leipzig. 
Germany. 



Staten Island march. Two-step. By 
Maud Mortimore Johnson. For piano. 
New York, Carl Fischer. (1898, no. 
24649, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19. 
1898.) 334 

Copyright by Mortimore Johnson, 
New York. 

Stella. Stella. Waltz song. Words by 
Tom Daley. Music by Gus Edwards. 
New York.'George L. Spaulding. (1898, 
no. 24978. Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 335 

Copvright by G. L. Spaulding, New 
York. 

Story (The) of love. Words by Ida M. 

Budd. Music by Oran Williams, In. i.] 

(1898, no. 25302, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 336 

Copvright by Chas. H. Gabriel, New 

York. 

* Suite pittoresque. Pour piano a quatre 
mains. Compose par W. Goldner. op. 
59, no. 1. Allegro risoluto. Leipzig, 
Fritz Schuberth, jr. (1898, no. 10776, 
Feb. 10. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1898. ) 

337 
Copyright by F. Schuberth, jr., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 

■ Suite pittoresque. Pour piano a quatre 
mains. Compose" par W. Goldner. op. 
59, no. 4. Allegro vivace. Leipzig, 
Fritz Schuberth, jr. (1898, no. 10779, 
Feb. 10. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1898.) 

338 
Copyright by F. Schuberth, jr., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 

* no. 2. Andantino. Leipzig, Fritz 

Schuberth. jr. (1898, no. 10777, Feb. 10. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1898. ) 339 

Copyright by F. Schuberth, jr., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 

* no. 3. Intermezzo. Leipzig, Fritz 

Schuberth, jr. (1898, no. 10778, Feb. 10. 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1898.) 340 

Copyright by F. Schuberth, jr., Leip- 
zig. Germany. 

Summer night. (Johanna Ambrosius.) 
Quartet or chorus for men's voices. 
Music by Alfred E. Little. New York, 
G. Schirmer. [Schirmer's octavo 
choruses, no. 475.] (1898, no. 24923, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 341 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Sunnyside march. Two-step. By J. H. 
Michaels. Band. Philadelphia, Brophy 
bros. (1898, no. 24557, Apr. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 342 

Copyright by Brophy bros., Philadel- 
phia. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sunshine, blessed, sunshine. (Sacred 
song - .) Words by Marian Wendell 
Hubbard. Music by I. H. Meredith, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 24956, Apr. 20. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 343 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co v 
Chicago. 

Sunshine, for children's day. A com- 
plete service for the Sunday school. 
By I. H. Meredith and Grant Colfax 
Tullar. Chicago, Tullar-Meredith co. 
(1898, no. 24967, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1898.) 344 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co. ; 
Chicago. 
Swedish peasants' wedding march. Two- 
part song, treble voices. English ver- 
sion by Fred. Bancroft. Music by Aug. 
Soderman. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 25690, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 345 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 
Sweet Nancy Lee. Waltz song. Words 
by Will. W. Leland. Music bv Harrv 
O. Sutton. Olean, N. Y., C. Willard &. 
co. (1898, no. 24651, Apr. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 346 

Copyright by C. Willard & co., Or- 
lean, N. Y. 
Take off yer hats to Katie Kelley. Words 
and music by Kelso and Jos. D. Mur- 
dock. Cincinnati, Ohio, Groene music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 25911, Apr. 25. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 347 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Take thy harp. Sacred song. By John 

R. Swenev. Words by E. E. Hewitt, 

[n. i.] (1898, no. 21664, Apr. 4. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 348 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 

Tally-ho. Medley inarch, introducing 

"The lady with the rag-time walk." 

Arranged 'by L. O. De Witt, for band. 

New York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 

ed.,no.522.] (1898, no. 24727, Apr. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 349 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Tantivy two -step. From R. De Koven's 
comic opera, " The highwayman." Ar- 
ranged by Theo. M. Tobani, for band. 
New York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 
ed., no. 520.] (1898, no. 24726. Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 350 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

Tantum ergo. From mass in C. By E. 

Silas. ZEolian arrangement, no. 50141. 

[n.i.] [Chart.] (1898. no. 1S070. Mar. 

17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26. 1898.) 351 

Copyright by .Folian CO., New York. 

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Titles — Continued. 

Telephone (The) girl. Two-step. From 
G. Kerker's musical comedy. Arranged 
by Theo. M. Tobani, for band. New 
York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed., 
no. 519.] (1898, no. 24725, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 352 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

That sailor boy of mine who went down 
on the Maine. Words by Frank A. 
Brown. Music bvMayL. Brown, [n.i.] 
(1898, no. 24137, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 353 

Copyright by F. A. Brown, Everett, 
Mass. 

Theme avec variations. Pourviolon avec 
accompagnement de piano. By J. 
Jacques Haakman. op. 24. Four easy 
pieces in the first grade, no. 4. Lon- 
don, Frederick W. Chanot. [Chanot 
ed., no. 945.] (1898, no. 24620, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 354 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 

There's more sunshine than rain. Song 
and chorus. Composed by J. W. 
Baines. Cincinnati, Ohio, Groene mu- 
sic pub. co. (1898, no. 24540, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 355 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

* There's room for one more star. Words 
by Wm. J. Hartley. Music by Leo 
Feist. New York," Feist & Franken- 
thaler. (1897, no. 59552, Oct. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1898.) 356 

Copyright by Feist & Frankenthaler. 
New York. 

Think of me. Gedenke inein. For the 
pianoforte. By Fran/. Behr. op. 575, 
no. 11. Philadelphia, Theo. Pressor. 
[Standard first-grade pieces, no. 2407. | 
(1898, no. 24937, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 35*3 

Copyright by T. Pressor, Philadel- 
phia, 

This wedding can not be. Words and 
music by Harry S. Miller. New York. 
M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

Copyright by M. 'Witmark A - 
New York. 

*ThouGodseestme, no. 17. [Crowning 
theme.] Words by Mrs. W.J. Kem 
Music b\ H. N. Lincoln, Dallas, 1 1 \.. 
Song-land co. (1898, no. 8406, Ja 

2 copies rec'd Apr.S. 18 

Copyright In H, N. Lincoln. Dl 
lev.' 



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Titles — Continued. 

Tillie Tootle, the Coney island beauty. 
Words by Arthur J. Lamb. Music by 
Grant W. Barnett. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Groene music pub. co. (1898, no. 25910, 
Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

360 
Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

To thee, O country. Eichberg. iEolian 

arrangement, no. 40212, [n. i.] [Chart.] 

(1898, no. 8565, Jan. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 361 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

Tocatto and fugue in F. Bach. iEolian 

arrangement, no. 10387. [Chart.] [n. 

i.] (1898, no. 18059, Mar. 17. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 362 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

Torchlight waltzes. Fahrbach. iEolian 

arrangement, no. 20263. [Chart.] [a. 

i.] (1898, no. 8558, Jan. 29. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 363 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

Tower (The) post dance (or schottische). 
By Oliver Gaggs. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 21259, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 364 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

Trans-Mississippi (The) march. For mil- 
itary band. Composed by H. A. La 
Eue. Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898, no. 16130, Mar. 8. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 365 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 

Traum (Der). ( G ed. von Victor Bliithgen.) 
Fiir dreistimmigen frauenchor (mit be- 
gleitung des pianoforte ad libitum). 
Componirt von Arnold Krug. op. 78. 
Parti tur unci stimmen. Leipzig, Fr. 
Kistner. [Fiinf gedichte, no. 4.] (1898, 
no. 24847, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 366 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Traumerei. Capllouch. iEolian arrange- 
ment, no. 10393, [n. i.] [Chart.] (1898, 
no. 23922, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
26,1898.) 367 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

Traumverloren. Skizze fiir harmonium, 
violine, und violoncell. Komponiert 
von Waldeniar Waege. op. 3. no. 2. 
Berlin, Carl Simon. (1898, no. 25591, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23. 1898.) 

368 
Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 



Titles — Continued. 

True love. Words by A. F. Myhr. Music 

by Carl Yentb. op. 110. no. 4. New 

York, J. H. Schroeder. (1898, no. 24562, 

Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 369 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York. 

Turkish rondo. For the piano. By W. 
A. Mozart. Philadelphia, Theodore 
Presser. [no. 2402.] (1898, no. 24932, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'dApr. 19,1898.) 

370 
Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Tyrolean (The) maid. Die Tyrolerin. 
Pianoforte composition by H. Engel- 
mann. op. 299. Philadelphia, Theo- 
dore Presser. [Six characteristic pieces, 
no. 3.] (1898, no. 24928, Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 371 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

U. S. march and two-step. Composed by 

Maurice Levi. New York, Maurice Levi. 

(1898, no. 22473, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18,1898.) 372 

Copyright by M. Levi, New York. 

Union square. March and two-step. By 
Arthur C. Kirkman. [For piano.] New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 
24985, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 373 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

United States (The) march. (Two-step.) 
By Frank Downey. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Montauk music pub. co. (1898, no. 
25130, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 374 

Copyright by F. Downey, Brooklyn, 

n: y. 

Upon the breath of morn. (Sacred song.) 
Words bv Ada Blenkhorn. Music by 
I. H. Meredith, [n. L] (1898, no. 24963, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

375 
Copyright by Tullar- Meredith co., 
Chicago. 

Vacant (The) lots of Beulah. By Alice 
May Douglas, [n. i.] (1898, no. 20279, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

376 
Copyright by A. M. Douglas, Bath, 
Me. 

Valse de fantasie. For piano. By B. F. 

Moser, [n. i.] (1898, no. 25625, Apr. 23. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898 . ) 377 

Copyright by B. F. Moser, Minden, 

Nebr. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Valse sentiuientale. For the pianoforte. 
By Ch. Mayer, op. 121, no. 10. Phil- 
adelphia, Theodore Presser. [no. 
2123.] (1898,no. 21913, Apr. 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 378 
Copyright hy T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Veriscope (The) dance. Mandolin and 
guitar. By E. H. Frey. Philadelphia, 
Stewart & Bauer. [Banjo and guitar 
journal, no. 105.] (1898, no. 20912, Apr. 
1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898. ) 379 

Copyright by Samuel Swain Stewart, 
Philadelphia. 

Violets valse. By Linus G. Read. St. 

Louis, Mo., Thiebes-Stierlin music co. 

(1898, no. 21555, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 380 

Copyright by Thiebes-Stierlin music 

co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Vision (The). Flute solo, with piano 
accompaniment. By Fidelis Zitter- 
bart. Pittsburg, Pa., J. M. Hoffman & 
co. (1898, no. 25626, Apr. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 381 

Copyright by John Liggett, jr., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Voices of praise. A Sunday school con- 
cert exercise. Arranged by Rev. R. De 
Witt Mallary, for children's day. Bos- 
ton, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 21379, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18,1898.) 

382 
Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

Volunteer (The). March and two-step. 
By H. Engelmann. [For piano.] Phil- 
adelphia, Theodore Presser. [no. 2411.] 
(1898, no. 21919, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 383 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

Waiting for me. (Song.) Written and 
composed by Joseph Tabrar. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 
21268, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 381 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 

Waldorf-Astoria bouquet. Waltz. By 
Theo. M. Tobani. For orchestra. New 
York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no. 881.] (1898, no. 21717, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19,1898.) 385 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 

For the pianoforte. By Theo. M. 

Tobani. op. 358. New York. Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 59.) 
(1898, no. 2172!). Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1898.) 386 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York, 



Titles — Continued. 

* We ore Americans. Words by W. Gr. 

Blood. Music bv A. Schueler. 
York, A. Schueler. (1898, no. 21503, 
Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1898.) 387 
Copyright by Adalbert Schueler, 
New York. 

We, too, are growing. Sacred song. By 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. Words by E. E. 

Hewitt, [n. i.] (1898, no. 21665, Apr. 

1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 388 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 

* When for the war. A ballad. By F. J- 

Lippitt. Washington, D. C, John F. 
Ellis & co. (1898, no. 17731, Mar. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1898.) 389 

Copyright by F. J. Lippitt, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
When the bells go ding, dong, ding! 
Song. Words and music by Wm. H. 
Penn. Cincinnati, Ohio. Groene music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 25915, Apr. 25. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 390 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co. r 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Which one? By Frank Downey. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., F. H. Chandler. (1898, no. 
25101, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 
1898.) 391 

Copyright by Frank Downey, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Whisper, true heart! Waltz song. For 
soprano or tenor. Words by G. Cooper. 
Music by W. J. McKay. ( 1898. no. 2 1 1 55 . 
Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898.) 392 
Copyright by W. J. McKay, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Why should children be so happy \ (Sa- 
cred sorig.) Words by Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck. Music by I. H. Meredith, [ u -i-] 
(1898, no. 21957, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 23, 1898.) 393 

Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 
Wiegenlied ninna-nanna. Zum abschied. 
JEolian arrangement, no. 102 1 I. 
[Chart.] [n.i.J (1898, no. 23925, Apr. 
15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, L898, 394 
Copyright by 2Eolian co.. New York. 

Wiener bon-bons waltz. By Strauss. 
AAdian arrangement, no. 20270. 
| chart. | [n.i.J (1898, no. 18067, Mar. 
17. 2 copies rec'd A.pr.26, L898, 
Copyright by .Kolian co.. New 5 

■Willis (Les). By C. Chamina 
12. Revised and fingered by 
a" Becket. Philadelphia, Hat< b i 
co. ^ 1898, no. 20706, Mar. 31. - i 
rec'd Mar. 31, L898.) 
Cop> right by Hatch music oo., I 
adelphia, 



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Titles — Continued. 

*You know I'm innocent. Words and 
music by Carolyn McManus. Boston, 
Essex music pub. co. (1898, no. 23092, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

397 

Copyright by Essex music pub. co., 

Boston. 

Young Lovel's bride. Ballad for women's 

Toices. Words by Thomas Haynes 

Bayly. Music by William E. Haesche. 

NeV York, G. Schiriner. (1898, no. 

24922, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 

1898.) 398 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

Youth's happy dream. Waltz. By C. W. 

Wilcox, op. 19. Piano solo. Dallas, 

Texas, C. H. Edwards music co. [Easy 

pieces, no. 4.] (1898. no. 25688, Apr. 

23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23. 1898.) 399 

Copyright by C. W. Wilcox, Dallas, 

Texas. 

Zanouba's song. (From the Persian.) 

Words by Sir Edwin Arnold. Music by 

Frederic H. Cowen. no. 6. London, 

Joseph Williams. (1898, no. 13786. Feb. 

26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 400 

Copyiight by J. Williams, London, 

England. 

Zigeunerliedchen. (Lieder im volkston 
fur eine weibliche singstimme und cla- 
vierbegleitung. Componirt von Bern- 
hard Sekles. op. 3. no. 1.) Frankfurt, 
Gnstav Oeliler, jr. (1898, no. 25071, Apr. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 401 
Copyright by G. Oehler, jr., Frank- 
furt, Germany. 

Zouave's march. Violin, or mandolin and 
guitar. By Wm. Dorn, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 24569, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 402 ; 

Copyright by W. Dorn, Chicago. 

*Zwanzig clavieretuden. Fiirkleineund 
grosseleute. Yon Richard Kleinmichel. ! 
op. 60. no. 1. Allegro, heft 1. Leip- 
zig, Jul. Heiur. Zimmermann. (1898, 
no. 11784, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. j 
16,1898.) 403 I 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 2. Moderate heft 1. Leipzig, 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 

11785, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 

1898.) 404 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 3. Allegro moderato. heft 1. 

Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 

(1998, no. 11786, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 16, 1898.) 405 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Titles — Continued. 

■ Zwanzig clavieretuden. Fiir kleine und 
grosseleute. Yon Richard Kleinmichel. 
op. 60. no. 4. Moderato. heft 1. Leip- 
zig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 

11787, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 
1898.) 406 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. Germany. 

no. 5. Allegretto, heft 1. Leipzig, 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 

11788, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 
1898.) 407 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 6. Conmoto. heft 2. Leipzig, 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 

11789, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16. 
1898.) 408 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 7. Yeloce. heft 2. Leipzig, Jul. 

Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898. no. 11790, 
Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb.' 16, 1898.) 

409 
Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 
— no. 8. Allegro nou troppo. heft 2. 



Zimmermann. 

2 copies rec'd 

410 

Zimmermann, 



2 copies rec'd 

411 

Zimmermann, 



Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. 
(1898, no. 11791, Feb. 16. 
Feb. 16,1898.) 

Copyright by J. H. 
Leipzig, Germany. 

— no. 9. Un poco allegretto, heft 2. 
Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 
(1898, no. 11792, Feb. 16. 
Feb. 16, 1888.) 

Copyright by J. H. 
Leipzig, Germany. 

— no. 10. Allegro, heft 2. Leipzig, 
Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 
11793, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 
1898.) 412 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

— no. 11. Allegro non troppo. heft 3. 
Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmerman. (1898, 
no. 11794, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
16, 1898.) 413 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

— no. 12. Con moto. heft 3. Leipzig, 
Jul. Heiur. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 
11795, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
16,1898.) 414 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

— no. 13. Andante con moto. heft 3. 
Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 
(1898, no. 11796, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1898.) 415 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Conti n ued . 



Zwanzig clavieretuden. Fiir kleine und 
grosse leute. Von Richard Kleinmiehel. 
op. 60. no. 14. Allegro assai. heft 3. 
Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zinimermann. 
(1898, no. 11797, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1898.) 416 

Copyright by J. H. Zinimermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 15. Allegro non troppo. heft 

3. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zinimermann. 

(1898, no. 11798, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 16, 1898.) 417 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 16. Moderate heft 4. Leip- 
zig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, 
no. 11799, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
16,1898.) 418 
Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 17. Maestoso, heft 4. Leipzig, 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 

11800, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 

1898.) 419 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



"Zwanzig clavieretuden. Fur kleine und 
grosse leute. Von Richard Kleinmiehel. 
op. .60. no. 18. Fnpoco allegro, heft 4. 
Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 

(1898, no. 11801, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1898.) 420 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 19. Viyo. heft 4. Leipzig, Jul. 

Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 11802, 
Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1898. > 

421 
Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 

no. 20. Con moto energico. heft 

4. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 

(1898, no. 11803, Feb. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 16, 1898.) 422 

Copyright by J. H. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

40 chorale nach dem neuen melodieen- 
buche fiir die Pro viuz Brandenburg, fiir 
orgel, harmonium, oder klavier. Yon 
Edmund Miiller. Berlin, Carl Simon. 
(1898, no. 25590, Apr. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 423 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Allison, Iowa. (Insurance map.) (1898, 
no. 24742, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 



H. Bennett, Cedar 



(Mapa de). (1898, 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 



19,1898.) 

Copyright by 
Rapids, Iowa 

* America Central, 
no. 15528, Mar. 5. 
6,1898.) 

Copyright by Colton, Ohman & co., 
New York. 

Aspen, Pitkin county, Colo. (Insurance 
map.) Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 24753, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

3 
Copyright by Sanborn- 1 'orris map 
co., ltd., New York. 

Bluegrass region of Kentucky and vicin- 
ity of Louisville, Ky., 1898. (Bicycle 
road-map.) (1898, no. 20006, Mar. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, L898.) 1 

Copyright "by Webster Gazlay, Louis- 
ville, Ky. ' 



British isles. [Columbia series.] (1898, 
no. 22390, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
20,1898.) 

Copyright by Rand, McXally & co., 
Chicago. 

Clearfield, Iowa. (Insurance map.) ,s! ' s - 

no. 24743, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19,1898.) 6 

Copyright by 11. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

"Copper river, Alaska. Route map. 
( IS! is. no. 16858, Mar. 12. 2 copies re- \l 
Apr. 6, 1898.) I 

Copyright by John B. Tyrrell, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

Creede, Hinsdale and Rio Grande coun- 
ties, Colo. Mar.. 1898. IS&S 
25318, Apr. 21. '2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
L898. ) 
Copyright bj Sanborn-Perris 
co.. ltd.. New > ork. 



206 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dover, Strafford county, N. H. (Insur- 
ance map.) Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 
25316, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21. 
1898.) 9 ! 

Copyright by Sanboru-Perris map 
co. ? ltd., New York. 

Duraugo, La Plata county, Colo. Mar., 

1898. (1898, no. 25317, Apr. 21. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Entrance to Copper river, Alaska. (1898, 

no. 24995, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

20,1898.) 11 

Copyright by John Ross, Seattle, 

Wash. 

■Garner, Iowa. (Insurance map.) (1898, 

no. 24746, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19, 1898. ) 12 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

Greene, Iowa. (Insurance map.) (1898, 

no. 24745, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19,1898.) 13 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

Hillsdale, Columbia county, N. Y. Mar., 

1898. (1898. no. 24751, Apr. 19, 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 

Kingman, Mohave co., Ariz. Apr., 1898. 

(1898, no. 25315, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Klondike gold fields. (1898, no. 25140, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. 

16 
Copyright by John R, Giles, New 
York. 

Lenox, Iowa. (Insurance map.) (1898, 

no.24741, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19,1898.) 17 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

Lumberton, Robeson county, N. C. (In- 
surance maps) Mar.. 1898. (1898, no. 
24750, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 
1898.) 18 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mason, Warren county, Ohio. (Insurance 

maps) Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 24752, Apr. 

19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 19 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Needles, San Bernardino county, Cal. 

Apr., 1898. (1898, no. 25314, Apr. 21. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

New York. Vest-pocket map. (1898, no. 

25518, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 

1898.) 21 

Copyright by George H.Walker & 

co., Boston. 

Pipestone, Pipestone county, Minn. 

Mar., 1898. (1898, no. 24749, Apr. 19. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 22 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 

Riverside, Iowa (Insurance map.) (1898, 

no. 24741, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19,1898.) 23 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

* Roads (The) around Boston. (1898, no. 

22213, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) 24 

Copyright by Geo. H.Walker & co., 

Boston. 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Brunner's vest 
pocket map. (1898, no. 17597, Mar. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by Bernard Brunner, Sara- 
toga Springs, N. Y. 

Seat (The) of war. (1898, no. 24661, Apr. 

19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by G. H. Buck, New York. 

Seattle and San Francisco to Alaska and 

the Klondike. ( Showing routes from. ) 

(1898, no. 24577, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 18, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Edward A. Dakin, San 

Francisco, Cal. 

Warren, Warren county, Pa. (Insurance 

maps.) Mar., 1898/ (1898, no. 24748, 

Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd. ,. New York. 

Wellman, Iowa. (Insurance map.) (1898, 

no. 24747, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

19,1898.) 29 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 



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VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Absent-mindedness (The) of Mr. Commu- 
ter. (1898, no. 24760, Apr. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Another rebuff. (1898, no. 24756, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Bare (A) possibility. ( 1898, no. 24768, Apr. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
rnann, New York. 

* Black (The) cat. For July, 1898. [Cover 

design.] (1898, no. 25637, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 4 

Copyright by Shortstory pub. co., 
Boston. 

* Catch hold. (1898, no. 18569, Mar. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1898. ) 5 

Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London, England. 

Champion (The) speaks. (1898, no. 24771, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 6 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 

Concerning the j auitor. ( 1898, no. 24769, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 7 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Daisy (The). (1898, no. 24781, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 8 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 

Daphne (The). (1898, no. 24785, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 

Dauphine (The). (1898, no. 24782, Apr. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 10 
Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 

Delia (The). (1893, no. 24786, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 

* Design for no. 189 patriots' day card. 

(1898,no. 21167, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 1,1898.) 12 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R, I. 

* Desperate odds. (1898, no. 18576, Mar. 

19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18. L898.) L3 
Copyright by 8. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London. England. 



Titles — Continued. 

Diana (The). (1898, no. 24783, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 

Donald (The). (1898, no. 24780, Apr. 19. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 15 

Copyright by American fashion co., 

New York. 

Dora (The). (1898, no. 24784, Apr. 19. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 16 

Copyright by American fashion co., 

New York. 

Dorothy (The). (1898, no. 24779, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 17 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 
Elks. (1898, no. 25571, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Frank Dowd, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

* Grandfather's birthday. (1898, no. 

18571, Mar. 19. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 

1898.) 19 

Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 

ltd., London, England. 

Group of bank officials. Pittsburg and 

Allegheny, Pa., 1898. (1898, no. 25926, 

Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

1 20 

Copyright by J. H. Bowles, New 

York. 

* Happv days. (1898, no. 18575. Mar. 19. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1838.) 21 

Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co.. 
ltd., London, England. 

Havana from Morro castle. (1898. no. 

25521, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 

1898.) 22 

Copyright by William J. Connors. 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

He explains. (1898, no. 21770. Apr. 19, 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, L898.) 23 

Copyright by Keppler A Sohwar - 

manu, New York. 

He wanted to know. (1898, no. 24772, Apr. 

19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, L898. - 

Copyright by Keppler & Schv 
niann. New York. 

Her prerogative. (1898, no. 2176:.. Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20. L898.) 

Copyright by Keppler A Sen* 
nuinn. Now York. 

How the Maine was lost. (1898, no. 
Apr.23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 

Copyright by John Milne Baltimore, 

Md. ^ 



208 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, ANU PEINTS— Continued. 




Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



How United States will take Havana. 

(1898, no. 25707, Apr. 23 cop ies rec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by John Milne, Baltimore, 

Md. 

Ill-fated (The) Maine. (1898, no. 25639, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 

28 
Copyright hv E. Moebius, Camden, 
N.J. 

*I ship to Chicago. (1898, no. 19307, Mar. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 23. 1898. ) 29 
Copyright by Henry Herbert Carr, 
Chicago. 

In the nursery. ( 1898, no. 24761, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd. Apr. 20, 1898. ) 30 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

In the Orient. A little stroll before 
breakfast. [In life. no. 803. Apr. 28, 
1898.] (1898, no. 25709, Apr. 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 31 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 



Inward bound. (1898, no.24811, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 32 

Copyright by Chauncey F. York, 
Warriors Mark, Pa. 

It's got to be sooner or later, and looks 

like " sooner." (1898, no. 24766, Apr. 19. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 12th contest. 

series 4. (1898, no. 24775, Apr. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 

York. 

Knights of Pythias. (1898, no. 25572, Apr. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 35 
Copyright by Frank Dowd, Cleve- 
land, Obio. 

Lee (General Fitzhugh). (1898, no. 25520. 
Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 36 
Copyright by Williams J. Conners, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Masons. (1898, no. 25569, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 37 

Copyright by Frank Dowd, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

* Memorial of the late Hon. Frederick 
Douglas. (1898, no. 21158, Apr. 1. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by Levy type co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Mother goose awheel. (1898, no. 24774, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 39 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



* Music when soft voices die vibrate in 

the memory. (1898, no. 18568, Mar. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London, England. 

National correspondence institute, Dis- 
trict of Columbia. (1898, no. 25021, 
Apr. 20. 2copiesrec'dApr.20, 1898.) 41 
Copyright by National correspond- 
ence institute, Washington, D. C. 

New (A) species. (1898, no. 24767. Apr. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) ' 42 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

No wonder. (1898, no. 24758, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 43 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Not sincere. (1898, no. 24755, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

OddFellows. (1898, no. 25570, Apr. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by Frank Dowd, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

* Oranges and lemons. (1898, no. 18573, 

Mar. 19. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1898.) 46 
Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London, England. 

Our Maine. (1898, no. 25610, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 47 

Copyrigbt by Hariug & Geyer, New 
York. 

* Overtaken. (1898, no. 18574, Mar. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. IS, 1898.) 48 

Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London, England. 

* Pledge (The). (1898, no. 20345, Mar. 29. 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1898. ) ' 49 

Copyright by A. Tooth & sons, New 
York. 
| Pot hunter. (1898, no. 24579, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 50 

Copyright by Gibson art co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

President (The) adopts a new "ball 

bearing" wheel. (1898. no. 24777, Apr. 

19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 

York. 

Ready for a whole box. (1898, no. 24810, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 52 
Copyright by Chauncey F. York, 
Warriors Mark, Pa. 

Remedy (A). (1898, no. 24757. Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 53 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



209 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



* Rivalry. (1898, no. 18578, Mar. 19. 2 

copies rec'tl Mar. 18, 1898. ) 54 

Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London, England. 

Russian promenade costume. (1897, no. 
61799. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 55 
Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. 

Secret society army and navy playing- 
cards. (1898, no. 25568, Apr. 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 56 
Copyright by Frank Dowd, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Spain did it. (1898, no. 25407, Apr. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Chein & Saltzman, 
New York. 

Sphinx (The) of the period. (1898, no. 

24754, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 

1898.) 58 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 

* Start. (1898, no. 24242, Apr. 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 16, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Ault & Wiborg co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Suggestion (A) adopted. (1898, no. 24764, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

60 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Theory (A). (1898, no. 24763, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Unnecessary advice. (1898, no. 24759, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 

62 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Unwarranted distrust. (1898, no. 24773, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

63 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 

Vesuvius (The) in action. Feature cut 

18. 1898. (1898, no. 25708, Apr. 23. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 64 

Copyright by American j>ress ass'n, 

New York. 

War is hell! (1898, no. 24776, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co, New 
York. 

Warship blown up by a set torpedo. 
Feature cut 17. 1898. (1898, no. 24578, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

66 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York/ 

What we are coming to ? (1898, no. 24762, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

67 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
man, New York. 

What Uncle Sam will do if war is de- 
clared. (1898, no. 25706, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) GS 

Copyright by John Milne, Baltimore, 
Md. 

* Willing (A) hand. (1898. no. 18570, 
Mar. 19. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18. 1898.) 

69 
Copyright by S. Hildesheimer & co., 
ltd., London, England. 

Yankee doodle, (1898, no 24778, Apr. 19, 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by Arkell weekly co., New- 
York. 



VII. OHROMOS AND LITHOGRATIls. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of CATALOGUE.) 



* Deck scene. 9 sheet. (N.Y. no. 81126.) 

(1898,no.21527, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 13, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Fashion. (1898, no. 24350, Apr. 18. 
ies rec'd Apr. 18,1898.) 
Copyright bv Gray litho. co. 
York. 

Head and lettering. (N. Y\ no. 7987.) 

i sheet. (1898, no. 19192, Mar. 23. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 3 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. ro., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



2 cop- 
2 

New- 



Head and lettering. (N.Y. do. 7988 
3 sheet. (1898. no. 19191. Mar. 2 
copies reo'd Apr. 18. 1898.) 1 

Copy light by Strobridge Litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Protectors (The). (1898, no. 24787, Apr, 
lib 2 copies reo'd Apr. 19. L898.) 
Copyright by i;. 11. Buck, V-" 5 

"Purser. 3 sheet. (N, Y. no. 81125.) 
(1898, no. 21529, Apr. 4. 2 copies 
Apr. 13, 1898.) < ; 

Copyright by Strobridge lithe 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 



210 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Remember the Maine. (1898, no. 24996, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

7 
Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 
Reverie. (1898, no. 24351, Apr. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 8 
Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 
Rosebud. (1898, no. 24347, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 9 
Copyright by Gray litho co., New 
York. 
Summer girl. (1898, no. 24349, Apr. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 10 
Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sweet violets. (1898, no. 24348, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 



Washington's reception by the ladies 
on passing the bridge at Trenton, N. 
J., Apr., 1789. (1898, no. 18922, Mar. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1898. ) 12 

Copyright by John J. Hipp, Grover 
Hill, N. Y. 



Winter. (189S, no. 24352, Apr. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 13 
Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Ambulance (The) carrying the " Maine" 

dead, Havana. (1898, no. 25547, Apr. 

22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

American divers at work. Coming up. 

"Maine" wreck, Havana harbor. (1898, 

no. 25559, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) 2 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

Preparing to go down. "Maine" 

wreck, Havana harbor. (1898, no. 

25543, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 3 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

Amphitrite, U. S. N. no. 522. (1898, no. 

24802, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) 4 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tompkins- 

ville, N. Y. 

Annapolis, U. S. N. no. 525. (1898, no. 

24800, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) 5 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tompkins- 

ville, N. Y. 

* Ariel. (1898. no. 24062, Apr. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

*At milking time. no. 651. (1898, no. 

21058, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'cl Anr. 15, 

1898.) " 7 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



*At the fountain, no. 654. (1898, no. 

24046, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) 8 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

"Battle (The) of the swans. Central 
park, New York city. (1898, no. 18921, 
Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 

9 
Copyright by Wm. Geo. Oppen- 
heimer, New York. 

*Birthdav (A) offering. (1898, no. 22760, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 10 
Copyright by Ullman mfg. co., New 
York. 

Blanchard (Mrs. Frederick W.) nos. 3 

and 2. ( 1898, nos. 24792-24793, Apr. 19. 

2 copies each rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 11-12 

Copyright by George Steckel, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 

Blanco's (General) palace. Placa de Ar- 
mas, Havana. (1898, no. 25551, Apr. 22. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 13 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

Burial of Maine victims. (1898, no. 25325, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

14 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

Canal (The) Albears supplies Havana 

with water. (1898, no. 25555, Apr. 22. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 15 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N.J. 



211 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Ttiles — Continued. 

Cemetery (The) Colon, where the Maine 

dead are buried, Havana. (1898, no. 

25556, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 16 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

*Chess (The) players, no. 660. (1898, 

no. 24018, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

15,1898.) 17 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Children on the doorstep. 8x10. (1898, 

no. 24585, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

18,1898.) 18 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 



*Clarice. (1898, no. 22756, Apr. 9. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 19 
Copyright by Ullman mfg. co., New 
York. 

Cliff palace, Mesa Verde. (1898, no. 
25963, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 
1898.) ' 20 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

From the ruins. (1898, no. 25964. 

Apr.25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 21 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 
Columbus memorial, Havana. Under 
this tree he celebrated his first mass in 
America. (1898, no. 25548, Apr. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 
Combination portrait and residence of 
Samuel Finley Breese Morse. (1898, 
no. 26418, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22,1898.) 23 

Copyright by Myron E. Morse, Bos- 
ton. 
Concord, U. S. N. no. 509. (1898, no. 
24796, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 
1898.) 24 

Copyright by A. Loehier, Tomnkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
Crane (The) and jumbled wreck of the 
"Maine," u Vizcaya"in the distance, 
Havana harbor. (1898, no. 25545, Apr. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 25 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N.J. 
* Critics, no. 656. (1898, no. 24056, Apr. 
15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 28 
Copyright by Alfred L. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. .7. 
Crossing the timber line. M. and P. P, 
By. (1898, no. 25727, Apr. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Photochrom co.. De- 
troit, Mich. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cruiser "Cincinnati." (1898, no. 25:^7. 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.; 

28 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

Cruiser " Detroit." (1898, no. 25326, Apr. 

21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 29 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 

Orange, N. J. 

Cruiser " Marblehead." (1898, no. 25564, 

Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

30 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, Or- 
ange, N. J. 

* d'Auriac (Miss Maud), no. 1. (1898, no. 
17520, Mar. 14. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 
1898.) 31 

Copyright by A. Feinberg, New York. 

Detroit, U. S. N. no. 523. (1898, no. 24801, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

32 
Copyright by A. Loeffier, Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 

* Easter (An) dittv. (1898, no. 20346, 

Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1898. ) 33 
Copyright by A. L. Werner, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

End of day. 11 x 14. (1898, no. 25008, 
Apr. 20. *2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

34 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron. 
Boston. 



copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Entrance to the cemetery. Colon, burial 

place of the " Maine'" dead, Havana. 

(1898, no. 25553, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N.J. 

* Evangeline. (1898. no. 22765. Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. 

Copyright by Oilman mfg, CO., Ne^i 
York. 
Evening (The) prayer. ( 1898, no. - 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9. 1898 
Copyright by Oilman mfg. co., New 
York. 
Family (The). 18 x 22 and 11 x 14. (1898, 
nos. 25010, 25011. Apr. 20. 2 copies ea< h 
rec'd Apr. 20. L898.) 
Copyright by Cnrtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 
Fifth CO. Athletic team. L898. _ CI i 
and the oup. (1898, 00.251 '•■'■ 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898, 
Copyright b\ H. N. riemann, x 
fork. 



212 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fifth co. Winners of the Nesbitt trophy. 

(1898, no. 25716, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by H. N. Tieniann, New 

York. 

* First love. no. 635. (1898, no. 24053, 

Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

43 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, 1ST. J. 

Flagship "New York." (1898, no. 25562, 
Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

44 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

*Galland (Bertha), no. 13. (1898, no. 

22750, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 

1898.) 45 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

no. 14. (1898, no. 22751, Apr. 9. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 12, 1898. ) 46 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

nos. 15 and 16. (1898, nos. 22752- 

22753, Apr. 9. 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 

23, 1898.) 47-48 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

nos. 21 and 22. (1898, nos. 24794- 

24795, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 

1898.) ' 49-50 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Grave of the " Maine 7 ' dead. Martyrs 

for the cause of Cuba and humanity. 

(1898, no. 25549, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

Hanging rock. Clear creek canon. (1898, 

no. 25962, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) 52 

Copyright by Photocrom co., Detroit, 

Mich. 

Haworth (Joseph) and Galland (Bertha) 

group, nos. 4-6. (1898, nos. 25724- 

25726, Apr. 23. 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 

23, 1898.) 53-55 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

* Hayseeds, no. 631. (1898, no. 24054, 

Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

56 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Hearing. 11x14. (1898, no. 25714, Apr. 
23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 57 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Heaving the log. (1898, no. 25334, Apr. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 58 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Hide and seek. (1898, no. 22761, Apr. 9. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by Ullman mfg. co., New 
York. 

Historv. 18x22. (1898, no. 25014, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 60 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Hotel Inglaterra, Havana. Maine offi- 
cers' quarters after the explosion. 
(1898, no. 25544, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

*Hush. no. 650. (1898, no. 24050, Apr. 
15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 62 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

*In the garden of Salust. r no. 653. (1898, 

no. 24061, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

15, 1898.) 63 

Copyright bv Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

- Indian camn, sportsman's show, Boston. 
(1898, no. 19523, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 24, 1898.) 64 

Copyright by Andrews Hallet, Bos- 
ton. 

Indiana, U. S. N. no. 508. (1898, no. 

24805, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) ' 65 

Copyright by A. Loeffier, Tompkins- 

ville, N. Y. 

* Interior United States cartridge co.'s 

booth, sportsman's show, Boston. (1898, 
no. 19521, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
24,1898.) 66 

Copyright by Andrews Hallet, Bos- 
ton. 

* Is you 'wake ? no. 658. (1898, no. 24055, 

Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

67 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N.J. 

* Khaldah. no. 4. (1898, no. 22744, Apr. 
9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 68 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

Labor. 8x10. (1898, no. 25001, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 69 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

11 x 14. (1898, no. 25000, Apr. 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Law. 18x22. (1898, no. 24997, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 



213 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lee (Gen. Fitzkugh). Cabinet front; 
cabinet profile ; front, 11 x 14 ; profile, 
11 x 14. (1898, nos. 24806-24809, Apr. 19. 
2 copies each rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

72-75 
Copyright by Charles Parker, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Light. 11x14. (1898, no. 25713, Apr. 23. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 76 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

*Lima. no. 652. (1898, no. 24047, Apr. 
15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 77 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Lincoln (Abraham). 8 x 10. (1898, no. 

24584, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18. 

1898.) 78 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

11 x 14. (1898, no. 25565, Apr. 22. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 79 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

* Lord's (The) prayer. (1898, no. 22757, 

Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 80 
Copyright by Ullman mfg. co., New- 
York. 

* "Lulu the half-bred." (1898, no. 19519, 
Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1898.) 

81 
Copyright by Andrews H a 1 1 e t , 
Boston. 

* "Lulu the half-bred with horse." (1898, 

no. 19518, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
24,1898.) 82 

Copyright by Andrews H a 1 1 e t , 
Boston. 

McKinley (Mrs. ) (1898, no. 25015, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 83 

Copyright by William Dinwiddie. 

Magdalene. 18 x 22. (1898, no. 25013, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 

84 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Maginn (Bonalin). no. 1. (1898, no. 

23784, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 

1898 ) 8*5 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York? 

nos. 2 and 3. ( 1898, nos. 25722. 25723, 

Apr. 23. 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 23, 
1898.) 86-87 

Copyright by B.J, Falk, New York. 

• nos. I and 5. ( 1898, nos. 257 IS, 257 19. 

Apr. 23. 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 23. 

1898.) 88-89 

Copyright by B.J. Falk, New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Maine" wreck, aft looking forward from 
port side. Old glory still flying, Ha- 
vana harbor. (1898, no. 25557. Apr. 22. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) ' 90 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

" Vizcaya"in distance, Havana har- 
bor. (1898, no. 25550, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 91 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

"Maine" (The) wreck, from Merritt 

wrecking tug "Chief," Havana harbor. 

(1898, no. 25546, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N.J. 

"Maine" wreck, forward looking aft. 
Spanish divers at work, Havana har- 
bor. (1898, no. 25541, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 93 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

Marshall Pass and Mount Duray. (1898, 
no. 25730, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 94 

Copyright by Photochrom co , De- 
troit, Mich. 

Massachusetts, U. S. N. no. 510. (1898, 

no. 24804, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

21,1898.) 95 

Copyright bv A. Loefiier, Tompkins- 

ville, N. Y.' 

Minnehaha. (1898, no. 25149, Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 96 

Copyright by Herrman Cohen, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Monitor " Terror." (1898. uo. 25563. Apr. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 1898.) 97 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange. N. J. 

Monk reading. 11 x 14. (1898. no. 2 
Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. I - - 

98 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron. 
Boston. 

Mono castle, Havana harbor. (1898, no. 

25324, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21. 

L898.) 99 

Copyright bv Thomas A. Edison, 

Orange, N.J. 

Mother (The) church. (1898, no. _ 
Apr. 18. 2copiesrec'd Apr. is. L898 
Copyright by James F.Gilman. 
Mount Hamilton, Lick observatory 
no. 25728, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
2;?, i sos. > bu 

Copyright by Photoohroiu oo., De- 
troit, Mich. 



214 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mount Hood. (1898, no. 25731, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 102 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Mount Shasta. (1898, no. 25729, Apr. 23. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898. ) 103 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

* " Mountain Joe." (1898, no. 19516, Mar. 
24. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898.) 104 
Copyright; by Andrews Hallet, Bos- 
ton. 

"Mountain Joe and squaw. (1898, no. 
19520, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 
1898.) 105 

Copyright by Andrews Hallet, Bos- 
ton. 

Myers (Chas. F. ) (1898, no. 25150, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 106 

Copyright by C. F. Myers, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
N. Y. Journal dispatch yacht "Bucca- 
neer.'' (1898, no. 25330, Apr. 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 107 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

Near view of the "Maine" wreck, show- 
ing tremendous force of the explosion. 
Havana harbor. (1898, no. 25552, Apr. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 108 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

Neihart Baldy. (1898, no. 9237, Feb. 2. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by James H.Henley and 
Joseph C. Pyle, Neihart, Mont. 

*Nest(A;egg. no. 630. (1898, no. 24051, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15,1898.) 

110 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
Nevada Falls. No. 1. Yosemite valley. 
(1898, no. 25965, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 22, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich.' 

New Orleans, U. S. N. no. 529. (1898, 

no. 24798, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

21,1898.) 112 

Copyright bv A. Loeffler, Tompkins - 

ville, N. Y ~ 

no. 530. ( 1898, no. 24797, Apr. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 113 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 

"Night and morning. (1898, no. 22755, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

114 
Copyright by Oilman mfg. co., New 
York. 



Ti t Jes — C ontinued . 

Night and the waning day. 18 x 22; 

11x14: 8x10. (1898, nos. 24580-24582, 

Apr. 18. 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 115-116-117 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Ophelia. 11x14. (1898, no. 24587, Apr. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 118 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Ornamental design for a colored-glass 
window. (1898, no. 24898, Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 119 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 



■Paying the forfeit, no. 661. (1898, no. 

24019, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) 120 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



Peace. 11 x 14. (1898, no. 24586, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898. ) 121 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

* Picnic (A) party. (1898, no. 22762, Apr. 

9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 122 

Copyright by Ullman mfg. co., New 
York. 

Pig (A) in clover, no. 1. (1898, no. 

25560, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 123 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &. Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

no. 2. (1898, no. 25561, Apr. 22. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 124 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

* Playtime, no. 659. (1898, no. 24065, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15,1898.) 

125 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N.J. 

* Portrait of the lion, Sultan. (1898, no. 

20534, Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 30, 

1898.) 126 

Copyright by Robert Craik McLean, 

Chicago. 

Recreation. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 25005, Apr. 

20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 127 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

11 x 14. (1898, no. 25004, Apr. 20. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 128 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Religion. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 24999, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 129 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 



215 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Religion. 11 x 14. (1898, no. 24998, Apr. 
20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 130 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Eest. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 25007, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 131. 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

11 x 14. (1898, no. 25006, Apr. 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 132 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Reunion dinner class of 83. C. C. N. Y. 

(1898, no. 25715, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 23, 1898.) 133 

Copyright by H. N. Tiemann, New 

York. 

* Reveries, no. 637. (1898, no. 24060, Apr. 

15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 134 
Copyright by Alfred 8, Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Royal (The) palm gardens, Havana. 

(1898. no. 25542, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 22, 1898.) 135 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 

* Rustic (A) coquette, no. 657. (1898, 

no. 24057, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 136 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

S.S. " Coptic." no. 2. (1898, no. 25332, 
Apr. 2.1. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 137 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

Lying to. (1898, no. 25331, Apr. 21. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 138 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

Running against the storm. (1898, 

no. 25333, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 139 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

* Salvini (Mrs. Alexander), no. 7. (1898, 
no. 22754, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 
1898.) 140 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

nos. 8, 9. (1898, nos. 22745-22746, Apr. 

9. 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

141-142 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

* San Pedro light-house. (1898, no. L8338, 

Feb. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1.1898.) 

L43 
Copyright by O. Lipphicott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 



Titles — Continued . 

* Scarlet (The) letter. (1898, no. 22759, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 

144 
Copyright by Tillman mfg. co., New 
York. 

Scenes in the life of Christ. (189*, no. 
24899, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 
1898.) 145 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New Y'ork. 

| Secretary Long and Captain Sigsbee. 

(1898, no. 25335, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 21, 1898.) 146 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 

Orange, N. J. 

Showing group of three miners pouring 
gold. no. 535. (1898, no. 25411, Apr. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 147 
Copyright by W. M. Rhoades, Den- 
ver, Colo. 

i Silver apron, Yosemite valley. (1898, 
no. 25966, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
22,1898.) 148 

Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit, Mich. 

! Smell. 11x14. (1898, no. 25009, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 149 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

| Snowstorm. (1898. no. 25337, Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr.'21, 1898.) 150 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

i Spanish recruits drilling. Morro and 
Punto forts on opposite sides of har- 
bor entrance, Havana. (1898, no. 
25554, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22. 
1898.) 151 

Copyright by Strohmeyer A: Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 

Spanish soldiers crossing from Cabanas 

fortress. Havana. (1898. no. 25558, Apr. 

22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, L898.) L52 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N.J. 

Street (A) Arab. (1898, no. 25336, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21. 18! 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison. 
Orange. N.J. 

Study. 8 x 10. (1898, no. 251 02, Apr. 20. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.] 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

11 x 11. (1898, no. 25003, Apr. S 

copies rec'd Apr. 20, L898.) 
Copyright by Curtis A Cameron, 
Boston. 



216 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

*Sugar pine tree. no.l. (1898, no. 14883, 
Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1898.) 156 
Copyright hy A. C. Hopkins, Lock 
Haven, Pa. 

Sumner (Charles). 8 x 10. (1898, no. 
25012, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, , 
1898.) 157 

Copyright hy Curtis & Cameron, I 
Boston. 

Surprise. 11 x 14; 8 x 18. (1898, nos. 
24588-24589, Apr. 18. 2 copies each rec'd 
Apr. 18, 1898.) 158-159 ! 

Copyright hy Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

Taste. 11 x 14. (1898, no. 25711, Apr. 23. I 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23, 1898.) 160 

Copyright hy Curtis & Cameron, j 
Boston. 

Texas, U.S.N, no. 528. (1898, no. 24799, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 

161 j 
Copyright hy A. Loeffler, Tompkins- ! 
vi'lle,N.Y. 

^Three's a crowd, no. 634. (1898, no. 

24052, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) 162 

Copyright hv Alfred S. Camphell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

*Tired (The) gleaner. (1898, no. 22763, 
Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 163 
Copyright hy Ullman mfg. co., New 
York. 



Touch. 11x14. (1898, no. 25712, Apr. 23. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 23,1898.) ' 164 

Copyright hy Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 

* Touch the harp lightly, no. 638. (1898, 

no. 24059, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
15,1898.) 165 

Copyright by Alfred S. Camphell, 
Elizabeth, N.J. 

* Twilight, no. 636. (1898, no. 24064, 

Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 

166 
Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

U. S. battle ship " Indiana." (1898, no. 

25322, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898.) 167 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 

Orange, N. J. 

U. S. battle ship "Iowa." (1898, no. 25321, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 

168 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 



Titles — Continued. 

U. S. S. Brooklyn, no. 940. (1898, no. 

25536, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 169 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 942. (1898, no. 25016, Apr. 20. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 20,1898.) 170 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 943. (1898, no. 25533, Apr. 22. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 171 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

U. S. S. " Castine." (1898, no. 25328, Apr. 
21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 172 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orauge, N. J. 

U. S. S. Columbia, no. 958. (1898, no. 

25532, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 173 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 959. (1898, no. 25540, Apr. 22. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 174 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 960. (1898, no. 25020, Apr, 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 175 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

U. S. S. Massachusetts, no. 944. (1898, 

no. 25534, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

22,1898.) 176 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 945. (1898, no. 25537, Apr. 22. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 177 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 946. (1898, no. 25017, Apr. 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20. 1898. ) 178 

Copyright by Cbarles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

U. S. S. Minneapolis and Columbia, no. 

954. (1898, no. 25019, Apr. 20. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 179 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 955. (1898, no. 25531, Apr. 22. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 180 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



U. S. S. Minneapolis, no. 953. (1898, no. 

25539, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898.) 181 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



217 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

U. S. S. Texas, no. 949. (1898, no. 25538, 
Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 182 
Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 950. (1898, no. 25535, Apr. 22. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 183 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

no. 951. (1898, no. 25018, Apr. 20. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 184 

Copyright by Charles E. Bolles, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*U. S. cartridge co.'s booth, sportsman's 
fair, Boston. (1898, no. 19522, Mar 24. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1898. ) 185 

Copyright by Andrews Hallet, Bos- 
ton. 1898. 

U.S. cruiser "Columbia. 7 ' The launch- 
ing. 15857. (1898, no. 25341, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 186 

Copyright by Wm. H. Ban, Philadel- 
phia. 

U. S. cruiser " Nashville." (1898, no. 25329, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21,1898.) 

187 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

U. S. cruiser "New York'' broadside. 
13666. (1.) (1898, no. 25339, Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 188 

Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

(2. ) (1898, no. 25340, Apr. 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 189 
Copyright by Wm. H. Rau, Philadel- 
phia. 

U. S. torpedo boat Morris, no. 1. (1898, 
no. 25732, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
23,1898.) 190 

Copyright by Frank H. Child, New- 
port, R. I. 



Titles — Continued. 

*Usner (Dorothy), nos. 4. 5, 6. (1898, 
nos. 22747-22749, Apr. 9. 2 copies ear.h 
rec'd Apr. 9, 1898. ) 191—193 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

* Vesper bells. (1898, no. 22764, Apr. 9. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 9, 1898.) 194 

Copyright by Ullman mfg. co..New 
York. 

* "Wa wa, the scout." (1898, no. 19517, 
Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 189*.) 



Copyright by Andrews Hallet, 
ton. 



195 
Boa- 



War correspondents. (1898, no. 25320, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21,1898.) 

196 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 

What Uncle Sam says, goes ! (1898, no. 

24593, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 197 

Copyright by Knafft bro., Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

Wreck of the battle ship Maine. (1898, 
no. 25323, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
21,1898.) 198 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, Or- 
ange, N. J. 

Yorktown, U. S. N. no. 512. (1898, no. 

24803, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21. 

1898.) 199 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tonipkin*- 

ville, N. Y. 

Young America. (1898, no. 25338. Apr. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 200 

Copyright by J. M.Yan Amain. Trov. 
N.Y. 

* Young Americans, no. 632. (1898, no. 

24063, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 

1898.) ' 201 

Copyright by Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N.J. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

( Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law . with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended t<> ho perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Airing (The). (1898, no. 24908, Apr. 20. 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 1 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

> Bowling trophy. (1898, no. 19877. Mar. 
26. 1 copy rec'd Mar. 26, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Moriden silver plate 
co., Meriden, Conn. 

20040— Vol. 15, No. 3 5 



Boy blue. (1898, no. 24901, Apr. 2 
copy rec'd Apr. 20. L898. 
Copyright b\ McLonghlin bros., 
New York. 

Busy washing. (1898, no. 24903, Apr. 20. 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 20. 18980 ' 

Copyright bj McLonghlin bros.. 
New York. 



218 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Coastal plain and mountain. [Harvard 

geographical models, no. 2.] (1898, no. 

24355, Apr. 18. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 18, 

1898.) 5 

Copyright by William Morris Davis, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

"Coquet." (1898, no. 25152, Apr. 21. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 21, 1898. ) 6 

Copvright bv Schmidt & co., New 
York. 

* Design, H. A. R. (1898, no. 20351, Mar. 

29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1898.) 7 

Copvright by H. A. Read, Baltimore, 
Md. 

* Do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si-do. (1898, no. 
22507, Apr. 8. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. ) 

8 
Copyright by Paul Fratiglioni, Bos- 
ton. 

* Duluth and environments. (1898, no. 
21730, Apr. 4. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 1, 1898. ) 

9 
Copyright by Christie & Collier, 
Duluth, Minn. 

Embayed mountains. [Harvard geo- 
graphical models, no. 3. J (1898, no. 
24356, Apr. 18. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 18, 
1898.) 10 

Copyright by William Morris Davis, 
Cambridge. Mass. 

Enclosed in an ornameutal border. A 

group of miners in the bleak Alaskan 

gold fields. (1898, no. 25415, Apr. 22. 

1 copy rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 11 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 

* English setter. "Anne of Abbotsford." 

no. 33688. Owned by Edward A. Bur- 

dett, Troy, N. Y. (1898, no. 20855, Mar. 

31. 1 copy rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 12 

Copvright by E. A. Burdett, Troy, 

N.Y. 

* English setter. Cincinnatus' pride, no. 

34364. Owned by E. A. Burdett, Troy, 

N.Y. (1898, no. 20856, Mar. 31. 1 copy 

rec'd Mar. 31, 1898.) 13 

Copvright by Edward A. Burdett, 

Troy, N.Y. 

* Fight (The) in the woods. (1898, no. 

23193, Apr. 11. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 14 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

Flag beauty. (1898, no. 25151, Apr. 21, 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 15 

Copyright bv Schmidt & co., New 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Floral. (1898, no. 25412, Apr. 22. 1 copy 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Schmidt & co., New 
York. 

*Fume*e (La). (1898, no. 17737, Mar. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by C. Fribert, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Gladioli. (1898, no. 18919, Mar. 21. Pho- 
tograph on file Mar. 21, 1898. ) 18 
Copyright by W. C. Ostrander, New 
York. 

Goody two shoes. (1898, no. 24900, Apr. 
20. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 19 

Copvright by McLoughlin bros., New 
York. 

Grass-crowned (A) headland on a rocky 

shore. (1898, no. 24838, Apr. 20. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 

New York. 

Hebe. (1898, no. 24353, Apr. 18. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by W. Scott Thurber, 
Chicago. 



*Jack Sprat and his wife. (1898, no. 

23190, Apr. 11. 1 copv rec'd Apr. 11, 

1898.) 22 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

June. (1898, no. 25642, Apr. 23. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 23 

Copyright by Jennie Brownscombe, 
New York. 

Little Jack Horner. (1898, no. 24905, Apr. 
20. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., New 
York. 

Little Pedro. (1898, no. 25413, Apr. 22. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 25 

Copyright by Schmidt & co., New 
York. 

* Little pets. (1898, no. 23188, Apr. 11. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

Lovers (The). (1898, no. 24906, Apr. 20. 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 27 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

McKinley (Win.) in the uniform of com- 
mander-in-chief of the army and 
navy of the United States. Bust por- 
trait ^1898, no. 25414, Apr. 22. 1 copy 
rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 28 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 



219 

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Titles — Continued. 

* Macon (Nathaniel). (1898, no. 19877, 

Mar. 26. 1 copy rec'd Mar. 28, 1898.) 29 
Copyright by William G. Randall, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Miss Muffet. (1898, no. 24902, Apr. 20. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 30 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

Moorland and quietude. ( 1898, no. 24839, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 31 
Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 

Morgiana. (1898, no. 24907, Apr. 20. 1 

copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 32 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

Mountains bordering the sea. [Harvard 

geographical models, no. 1.] (1898, 

no. 24354, Apr. 18. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 

18, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by William Morris Davis, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

* Musical children. (1898, no. 23189, Apr. 

11. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

Noonday in the Highlands. (1898, no. 

24836," Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 

1898.) 35 

Copyright by Landeker, Lee & 

Brown, London, England. 

* Pensee (La). (1898, no. 17736, Mar. 15. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1898.) 36 

Copyright by C. Fribert, Philadel- 
phia. 

Queen Louisa of Prussia attired in royal 

costume. Bust portrait. (1898, no. 

24662, Apr. 19. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 19, 

1898.) 37 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

w Robin red breast. (1898, do. 23191, Apr. 
11. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 

Saint Elizabeth. (1898, no. 25641. Apr. 23. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. ) 39 

Copyright by Jennie Brownseombe, 
New York. 

Seidl (Anton). Cabinet size. (1898, no. 

24791, Apr. 10. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 19, 

1898.) 40 

Copyright bv Paul Koehler, New 

York. 

Large size. (1898, no. 24790, Apr. 19. 

1 copy rec'd Apr. 19, 1898. ) 41 

Copyright bv Paul Koehler, New 
York. 

Snowballing. (1898, no. 24909, Apr. 20. 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 42 

Copyright bv McLoughlin bros., New 
York. 

* Sternberg (Constantine von). (1898, 
no. 17735, Mar. 15. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
15,1898.) 43 

Copyright by C. Fribert, Philadel- 
phia. 

Tobacconist's (The) cat. (1898. no. 22078, 
Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 

44 
Copyright by L. A. De Ribas, Boston. 

Two at tea. (1898, no. 24904. Apr. 20. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898. ) 4:> 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., Now 
York 1 : 

Visitor (The). (1898. no. 24910. Apr. 20. 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 20, 1898.) 46 

Copyright bv McLoughlin bros.. New 
York. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found. In "Books.") 



iEolian co., New York: 

Ave Maria. By Rossini. .Kolian 

arrangement, no. 50139. (Musical 

chart. ) 
Cradle song and prayer. Guilmant. 

iEolian arrangement, no. L0386. 

(Musical chart.) 
Fleur-de-lis polka. [.Kolian grand. 

20271.] By Geo.de Renter. (Mu- 
sical chart.) 
Im mondelicht waltz. Fahrbaoh. 

JEolian arrangement, no. 202(?7. 

(Musical chart.) 



JEolian co.. New York: 

Offertorinm. From mass in C. By 

E. Silas. .Kolian arrangement. 

110.50112. (Musioal chart. | 
Organ toccata in !•'. Bach. .Kolian 

arrangement, no, 10387. v >! 

chart.) 
Salve regina. By L. Qordigiani. 

.Kolian arrangement, do. 50140. 

(Musioal chart 
Tantum ergo. From mass inC. By 

r. Silas. '.Kolian arrangement, no. 

50] 11. (Musioal chart' 



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iEolian co., New York: 

To thee, O country. Eickberg. | 
iEolian arrangement. no. 40212. i 
(Musical chart.) 

Torchlight waltzes. F a h r b a c h . | 
iEolian arrangement, no. 20263. 
CMusical chart.) 

Traumerei. By Capllonch. [JEolian 
grand, no. 10393.] (Musical chart. ) 

Wiegenlied Ninna-Nanna. Zum 
abschied. [iEolian grand. 40214. 
By Capllonch. (Musical chart.) 

Wiener bonbons waltz. By Strauss. 
iEolian arrangement, no. 20270. 
(Musical chart.) 
Althouse (J. S.) & co., ltd., Reading, Pa. : 

Little (The) daisy. Mazurka. For | 
brass and reed band. By M. A. 
Althouse. (Music.) 

Reading (The) sesqui-centennial 
march. For piano solo. By M. A. 
Althouse. (Music.) 
American Baptist pub. soc, Philadelphia : 

Elder (W.) Ideas from nature. Talks 
with students. (Books: 1.) 

Moses (T.) Half hours with the i 
Christ. (Books: 1.) 
American book co., New York: 

Abbott (D. Q.) Geography of Geor- 
gia. (Books: 2.) 
American fashion co., New York: 

Daisy (The). (Prints.) 

Daphne (The). (Prints.) 

Dauphine (The). (Prints.) 

Delia (The}. (Prints.) 

Diana (The). (Prints.) 

Donald (The). (Prints.) 

Dora (The). (Prints.) 

Dorothy (The). (Prints.) 
American Hereford cattle breeders' ass'n, 
Columbia, Mo. : 

Amer. Hereford cattle breeders' 
ass'n, pub. American (The) Here- 
ford record and Hereford herd 
book. v. 17. (Books: 1.) 
American lithographic co., New York: 

Enclosed in an ornamental border a 
group of miners in the bleak Alas- 
kan gold fields. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

MoKinley (Win.) in "the uniform of 
commander-in-chief of the army 
and navy of the United States. 
Bust portrait. (Fine arts : photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Queen Louisa of Prussia attired in 
royal costume, crown, and neck- 
lace, enclosed in scroll work, with 
robes of state and coats of arms on 
either side. Bust portrait. (Fine 
arts: photograph of painting.) 
American press ass'n, New York : 

Art of wrestling. (Books: 3.) 

Bab discusses matinee idols. (Books : 
3.) 

Bab's breezy budget of feminine 
gossip. (Books: 3.) 



American press ass'n, New York: 

Becket (J. J.) In the name of art. 

(Books: 3.) 
Crispin's (Arthur) letter. (Books : 3.) 
Cuba (The) of the orient. (Books : 3.) 
Days of preparation for amateur 

yachtmen. (Bonks: 3.) 
Famous horses matched, to race. 

(Books: 3.) 
Fashions of New York. (Books: 3.) 
Fashions of New York. Some pretty 

and sensible garments for children. 

(Books: 3.) 
Grateful (A) enemy. (Books: 3.) 
Harbor defense and bases of supplies. 

(Books: 3.) 
Housekeeping on a battle ship. 

(Books: 3.) 
Late fashions from Paris. (Books: 

3.) 
Late fashions from Paris. (Books: 

3.) 
Light (The) of life. (Books: 3.) 
Maids and matrons in the swimming 

bath. (Books: 3.) 
Our tvpical fortress. (Books: 3.) 
Pushing the raider. (Books: 3.) 
Stoddard (A. ) Why yellow Jack won. 

(Books: 3.) 
Strength of the Spanish navy. 

(Books: 3.) 
Summer (The) season of trotting and 

pacing. (Books: 3.) 
Timely (A) lesson in American pa- 
triotism. (Books: 3.) 
Vesuvius (The) in action. Feature 

cut 18, 1898. (Prints.) 
War ship blown up bv a set torpedo. 

Feature cut 17, 1898. (Cuts.) 
Wondrous (The) ear. (Books: 3.) 
American Sabbath tract societv, Plain- 
field, N.J.: 
Studies in Sabbath reform. (Books : 

2.) 
American school of correspondence, Bos- 
ton: 

American school of correspondence. 

A technical school for mechanics. 

(Books: 2.) 
Heat. American school of corre- 
spondence. Instruction paper. 

(Books: 2.) 
Mechanical drawing, pt. 5. (Books : 

2.) 
Mechanics, pt. 2. Instruction pa- 
per, no. 6. (Books: 2.) 
Anglo-Canadian music pub. ass'n, Toron- 
to, Ontario: 

Come now. Sacred song. With re- 
frain for solo, quartet, or chorus. 

Words bv C. W. Armstrong. Music 

by C. E. Wheeler. (Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Heilprin (Louis). The historical 

reference book. Revised to 1898. 

5th ed., with a supplement. 

(Books: 1.) 



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Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Johnson (R., editor). A history of 
the world's Columbian exposition. 
Held in Chicago in 1893. In 4 v. 
v. 1-4. (Books: 1.) 

Story (A. T.) The story of photog- 
raphy. (Books: 1.) 
Arkell pub. co., New York : 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 12th con- 
test, series 4. (Books: 1.) 

President (The) adopts a new ball- 
bearing wheel. (Prints.) 

"War is hell." (Prints.) 

"Yankee doodle." (Prints.) 
Armstrong (Ire), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Mama, please cut off niy curls. Words 
by Walter J. Meyer. Music by Ire 
Armstrong. (Music.) 
Associated press, New York : 

Special Berlin cable letter. Berlin, 
Apr. 16, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Special London cable letter. Lon- 
don, Apr. 16, 1898. (For Saturday 
afternoon papers. (Books: 3.) 

(For Sunday papers.) (Books: 

3.) 
Attebevry (Thomas G.), Bozeman, Mont. : 

Atteberry (T. G.) Ten reasons why 
I believe in divine healing. 
(Books: 2.) 
*Ault & YViborg co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Start. (Prints.) 
Balch (Thomas Willing), Philadelphia: 

Balch (T. W.), Jean Casimir-Perier. 
(Books: 3.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York : 

Russian promenade costume. (En- 
gravings.) 
Balmer & Weber (music house) co., St. 
Louis, Mo. : 

Corinne march. By Hans Robyn. 
(Music.) 
Banks & bros., New York : 

New York reports of cases heard and 
determined in the appellate divi- 
sion of the superior court of the 
State of New York. vol. 23. 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 

New York reports of cases heard and 
determined in the appellate divi- 
sion of the supreme court of the 
State of New York. vol. 24. 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Barnhouse (C. L.), Oskaloosa, Iowa : 

Baltimore (The) sun march. For 
military band. Composed by A. 
Buglione. (Music.) 

Bridal tour march. For military 
band. Composed by James M. 
Fulton. (Music.) 

Emperor (The) polka. For military 
band. Composed by D. W. Piatt. 
(Music.) 

"Forest home." (Dirge.) Formilitary 
band. Composed by A. M. Laurens. 
(Music.) 



Barnhouse (C.L.), Oskaloosa, Iowa : 

Fourth U. S. artillery rrnirck. For 

military band. Composed by A. 

Buglione. (Music.) 
"Kingbee" march. For military band. 

Composed by C. H. Collins. (Mu- 
sic.) 
March. From tropic to tropic. For 

military band. Composed by Eus- 

sel Alexander. (Music.) 
March. To Montevideo. For mili- 
tary band. Composed by C. L. 

Barnhouse. (Music.) 
May flowers. Medley overture. For 

military band. Composed by A. M. 

Laurens. (Music.) 
Trans-Mississippi (The) march. For 

military band. Composed by H. A. 

La Rue. (Music.) 
Barr (William M.), Philadelphia: 

Barr (W. M.) Boilers and furnaces 

considered in their relation to 

steam engineering. Philadelphia, 

Florence co. 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Barry (Rev. Henry A.), Roxbury, Mass.: 
Barry (H. A.) Salvation through 

Mar v. Bv Rev. Henry A. Barr v. 

(Books: 1.) 
"Basler (H. R.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Lieutenant Jenkins' funeral march. 

Composed by H. R. Basler. (Music.) 
Bate (William S.), Brooklyn. X. Y. : 

Bate (AY. S.) Berth-deck ballads. 

Old glory and other poems. (Books : 

1.) 
Beckman (Edwin), Middletown. X. J. : 
Beckmau (E.) A member of con- 
gress. Novel. By Edwin Book- 
man (Wm. Weutworth). (Books: 

1.) 
Belford, Middlebrook & co., Chicago: 

Cuba and the wrecked Maine. With 
descriptive text reproductions of 
photographs, pt. 7. [Travel ser- 
ies, no. 27.] (Books: 2.) 

Cuba, the queen of the Antilles, pt. 
9. (The trayel series. no. 29.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Hawaiian (The) islands. "The par- 
adise of the Pacific." pt.4. v'f lu> 
travel series. 110.28.") (Books: 2.) 

[no. 30.] (Books: 2, 

Bellak (Charles E. and Leopold W.) 
and others, Philadelphia: 

Maud wait/. Golden melodies, no. 
71. By J. Bellak. I Mus 

Slumber polka. Golden melodies. 
no 73. By J. Bellak, (Music.) 
Bemberg (H.), Paris. France: 

Si vons saviez J Poesie deG. Boutel- 
lean. Musione de H. Ben 
no. 2. En mi Bat. (Mus 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Eo 

Ad\ isory rates Of All.; 
;is;i\v i o.mtN . Iowa. v. I 

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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Davenport, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Lenox, Taylor county, Iowa. 

v.231. (Books: 2.) 

Allison, Iowa (insurance map of). 
(Maps.) 

Clearfield, Iowa (insurance map of). 
(Maps.) 

Garner, Iowa (insurance map of). 
(Maps.) 

Greene, Iowa (insurance map of). 
(Maps.) 

Lenox. Iowa (insurance map of). 
(Maps.) 

Riverside, Iowa (insurance map of). 

Wellman, Iowa (insurance map of). 
(Maps.) 
Best (Duncan C), Hillsboro, 111. : 

Best (D. C.) Cracker jack, footlight, 
fun and faces. (Books: 1.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston: 

Old Testament heroes. The child's 
monthly, v. 8. Lessons 18-21. no. 
5. (Tbe Bible study union lessons.) 
(Books: 2.) 
* Biggs (Dan), Denton, Tex. : 

Biggs (D.) Manufacturers' secrets 
revealed. (Books: 2.) 
Bingham (W.) co., Cleveland, Ohio: 

Handy (A) book ; or, price lists and 
miscellaneous information for the 
office and workshop. (Books: 2.) 
Blondell (Edw.), New York: 

"Wife (A) wanted." A drama in 3 
acts and 7 scenes. By Edw. Blon- 
dell. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Bloom (Sol.), Chicago: 

Memories of the south before the 
war. Words by J. O'Dea. Music 
by L. Friedmam (Music.) 
Bolles (Charles E. ), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

U. S. S. Brooklyn, no. 940. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 942. ( Photographs. ) 

no. 943. (Photographs.) 

U. S. S. Columbia, no. 958. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 959. (Photographs. ) 

no. 960. (Photograpbs.) 

U. S. S. Massachusetts. no. 944. 
(Pbotographs.) 

no. 945. (Photographs.) 

no. 946. (Photograpbs.) 

U. S. S. Minneapolis, uo. 953. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

U. S. S. Minneapolis and Columbia, 
no. 954. (Pbotographs.) 

no. 955. (Photographs.) 

U. S. S. Texas, no. 949. (Pboto- 
grapbs.) 

no. 950. (Pbotograpbs. ) 

no. 951. (Pbotograpbs.) 

Boosey & co.,New York: 

Ethiopia saluting tbe colours. Words 
by Walt Whitman. Music by 
Charles Wood. (Music.) 



Bote (Ed.) and Bock (G.), Berlin, Ger- 
many : 

Hochzeitzung (Der) fiir piano zu 2 
banden. von Friedrich Smetana. 
no. 1. (Music.) 
Boucicault (Aubrey). New York: 

Court (A) scandal. By A. Boucicault 
and O. Shillingford. From tbe 
Frencb. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Bowen (Adna G.), New York: 

Spirometer primer. (Books: 2.) 
Bowles (J. H.), New York: 

Group of bank officials, Pittsburg 
and Allegbeny, Pa., 1898. (Prints.) 
Brand pub. co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Mexicana (La). Mexican waltzes. 
Bv Leon Savarro. For orchestra. 
(Music.) 
""Brewster (C. S.), Boston: 

Flag (Tbe) of the brave and the free. 
Song and chorus. Words and 
music by C. S. Brewster. (Music.) 
Bropby bros., Philadelphia: 

Glenwood lancers. For band. By 

J.H.Taylor. (Music.) 
Quadrille. "Mapleton." By J. H. 

Tayl«>r. Band. (Music.) 

Quadrille. "The little dandy." For 

band. By J. R. Teagans. (Music.) 

Sunnvside march. Two-step. For 

baud. By J. H. Michaels. (Music.) 

Brown (Frank A.), Everett, Mass. : 

That sailor boy of mine wbo went 
down on tbe Maine. Words by 
Frank A. Brown. Music by May 
L. Brown. (Music.) 
Browue (William Henry), Washington, 
D.C.: 
Browne (W. H.) A treatise on tbe 
law of trade-marks and analogous 
subjects. (Books: 2.) 

Supplement to 2d ed. (Books: 1) 

Brownscombe (Jennie), New York: 

June. (Fine arts: pbotograph of 

painting.) 
Saint Elizabeth. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Brunner (Bernard), Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y. : 

Saratoga Springs. N. Y. Brunner's 
vest pocket map. (Maps.) 
Brunswiek-Balke-Collender co., New 
York : 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender co. A 
complete handbook of standard 
rules of all the prominent games 
of billiards and pool. (Books: 1.) 

Buchanan (Robert), New York: 

Buchanan (R.) Father Anthony, 
chaps. 1-8. (Books: 1.) 

Buek (G.H.), New York: 

"Protectors" (The). (Litbogranhs.) 
Seat (The) of war. (Maps.) 



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*Burdett (Edward A.), Troy, N. Y. : 

English setter. "Anne of Abbots- 
ford." no. 33688. Owned by 
Edward A. Burdett, Troy, N. Y. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paiut- 
ing.) 

Cincinnatns' pride. no. 34364. 

Owned by E. A. Burdett, Troy, N.Y. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing-) 
Bnsh (Frank A.), Belleville, Kan. : 

Kansas state waltz. By J. G. Hunter 
and F. A. Bush. For 1st and 2d 
mandolins and guitar. (Music.) 
Buyers' reference co., New York: 

List of street railways, etc. (Books : 
2.) 
Callaghan & co., Chicago: 

Boyd (C. E., editor.) Cases on Amer- 
ican constitutional law. (Books: 
1.) 
Utah. Reports of cases determined 
in the supreme court of the state 
of Utah from the Jan. term 1896, 
to the Sept. term 1896. Joseph M. 
Tanner, reporter, vol.15. (Books: 
1.) 
Camp (W.M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. L. 
Point switches (continued.) 
(Books: 3.) 
* Campbell (Alfred S.), Elizabeth, N. J. : 
" Ariel." no. 655. (Photographs.) 
At milking time. no. 651. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
At the fountain, no. 654. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Chess (The) players, no. 660. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Critics, no. 656. (Photographs.) 
First love. no. 635. (Photographs.) 
Hayseeds, no. 631. (Photograrjhs.) 
Hush. no. 650. (Photographs.) 
In the garden of Salust. no. 653. 

(Photographs.) 
"Is you 'wake?" no. 658. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
"Luna." no. 652. (Photographs.) 
Nest (A) egg. no. 630. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Paying the forfeit, no. 661. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Playtime, no. 659. (Photographs.) 
Reveries, no. 637. (Photographs.) 
Rustic (A) coquette, no. 657. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Three's a crowd, no. 634. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
"Touch the harp lightly." no. 63S. 

(Photographs.) 
Twilight, no. 636, (Photographs.) | 
Young Americans, no. 632. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Campbell (George EL), St. Louis. Mo.: 
Lessons in arithmetic, pt. 4. (Books: 
10 



* Capellier (Leon), Denver, Colo. : 

Capellier (L.) Fourteen French les- 
sons of the Cours de l'alliance 
francaise. [From 31 to 40, inclu- 
sive, and four lessons on pronunci- 
ation.] (Books : 2.) 

* Carr (Henry Herbert;, Chicago: 

1 ship to Chicago. (Cuts.) 
Chanot (Frederick W.), London, Eng- 
land: 

A l'espagnole. Violin and piano. 

By J. Jacques Haakman. op. 25. 

no. 1. [Edition Chanot. no. 946.] 

(Music.) 
Feuille d'album. Violin and piano. 

By J. Jacques Haakman. op. 24. 

no. 2. ["Edition Chanot." no. 

2.] (Music.) 
MClodie. Violin and piano. By J. 

Jacques Haakman. op. 24. no. 21. 

["Edition Chanot." no. 942.] 

(Music.) 
Petite valse melodique. Violin and 

piano. By J. Jacques Haakman. 

op. 24. no. 3. ["Edition Chanot." 

no. 944.] (Music.) 
Romance en fa. Violin and piano. 

By J. Jacques Haakman. op. 25. 

no. 2. [Edition Chanot. no. 947.] 

(Music.) 
Theme avec variations. Violin and 

piano. By J. Jacques Haakman. 

op. 24. no. 4. ["Edition Chanot." 

no. 4.] (Music) 
Chase (J. Herbert), supt., Meriden, 
Conn. : 
Marionettenspriinge. Kleines ballet. 

iEolian arrangement, no. 10370. 

By R. Gold beck. (Music.) 
Chein & Saltzman. New York: 

Spain did it (Engravings.') 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Course in literature and literary crit- 
icism. 34. JohnRuskiu. (Books: 

3.) 
Child (Frank H.), Newport. R. I. : 

U. S. torpedo boat Morris, no. 1. 

(Photographs. ) 

* Christie & Collier, Duluth, Minn. : 

"Duluth ami environments." (Fine 
arts: photograph of drawing.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati. Ohio: 

Bivouac (The) of the dead. For 
men's voices. Quartet or chorus. 
For Decoration da v. By James 
R.Murray, no. 1941. (Music.) 

Naught 1 know of care or sorrow . 2 
parts from (Der Freisehut2 . B*y 
Carl Maria v. Weber. (Music.) 

Once more we come with summer 
flowers. For mixed voices. Quar- 
tet or chorus for decoration days. 
By James K. Murray, no. 1940. 
(Music.) 
Cleveland (Lucy), U.S.: 

Cleveland tJ.. N Belles of Seville. 
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Clot (E.), fils, Lyon, France : 

An clair de la lune. Im rnonden- 
schein. Gediclit von H. Dracy. \ 
(Dentschvon Ph. Xiederehe.) Kom- 
poniertvonG. Michiels. no. 1. Fiir ! 
sopran oder tenor. (Music.) 
Cobb (Eleanor), Boston: 

Cobb(E.) Sleepy song. (Books: 2.) 
* Cocks (Robert) & co., London, Eng- 
land : 

Dainty Dinah. Barn dance. By 
Arthur E. Godfrey. Orchestra by I 
Herman Funk. (Music.) 
Cohen (Herrman), San Francisco, Cal. : 

Minnehaha. (Photographs.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

Canton Warren march. By O. R. 
Farrar. Arranged by Win. R. ! 
Stobbe. For 2 mandolins, guitar, 
and piano. (Music.) 
Collector pub. co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Sprague (TV. C.) Sprague's speeches. 
(Books: 1.) 
Collier (W. A.), Cleveland. Ohio: 

Shipmasters" ass'n of the great lakes. ! 
1898. Shipmasters' ass'n directory. 
(Books: 1.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scran ton, Pa. : 

Arithmetic, sec. 1. Question paper. 
1st ed. International correspond- 
ence schools, Scranton, Pa. (Books: 
2.) 

sec. 2. Question paper. 1st ed. 

International correspondence 
schools, Scranton. Pa. (Books: 2.) 
Logarithms. Instruction paper. 3d 
ed. [International correspondence 
schools.] (Books: 2.) 
Pedagogics of grammar. (The Inter- 
national correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. Question paper. 1st 
ed.) pt. 1,202 A; pt. 2, 202 B; pt. 3, 
202 C ; pt. 4, 202 D. (Books : 2. ) 
The International correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. The corre- 
spondence school of electricity. A 
system of home study in electrical 
engineering and electrical power 
and lighting. Circular of informa- 
tion. "(Books: 1.) 
* Colton, Ohman & co., New York : 

America central (mapa de). 
(Maps.) 
Commercial advertiser ass'n, New York : 
Bicycles for 1898. Modern improve- 
ments in motor vehicles. (Books: 
3.) 
Conkey (W. B.) co., Chicago: 

La Roche (F.) En route to the Klon- 
dike. A series of photographic 
views of the picturesque land of 
gold and glaciers. (Books: 1.) 
Conners (William J.). Buffalo, X. Y. : 

Havana, from Morro castle. (Prints.) 
Lee (General Fitzhugh). (Prints.) 



* Corliss (Arthur E.) Portland, Me. : 

"Ready reference telephone card." 
Writing pad attached. (Books: 2.) 
Cornell University, Ithaca, X. Y. : 

Elmer (H. C.) Studies in latin moods 
and tenses. (Books: 1.) 

Ferguson ( W. S. ) The Athenian sec- 
retaries. (Books: 1.) 

* Coupon music pub. < o., Boston : 

Flo' Green, my little yaller queen. 
Ethiopian song. Words and music 
by J. Frank Walsh. (Music.) 
*Crabb (James X.), Indianapolis, Ind. : 

Portraits and brief biography of all 
the presidents of the United States. 
(Books: 2.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd., London : 

I dream of thee. Song. AVords by 
William Toynbee. Music by F. E. 
Cambogi. In D flat. (Music.) 
~trawshaw ( W. H.), Hamilton, X. Y. : 

Dryden (J.) Palamon and Arcite. 
With notes and critical sugges- 
tions. Edited by W. H. Crawshaw. 
[Heath's English classics.] 
(Books: 1.) 
Crescent music pub. co., Taylor, Tex. : 

Princess (The) Angeline march two- 
step. By Alfred C. Mackin. [For 
piano.] (Music.) 
Crockett (S. R.), England: 

Crockett (S. R.) Thestandard bearer. 
(Books: 1.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) & Co.,XewYork: 

Genung (J.F.) What a carpenter 
did with the Bible. An address. 
(Books: 1.) 

Hocking (S. K.) The culture of man- 
hood. (Books: 1.) 

Hyde (W. D.) The evolution of the 
college student. (Books: 1.) 
"Curtin (Jeremiah). Bristol, Yt. : 

Sienkiewicz (H.) On the bright 
shore. Translated by J. Curtin. 
(Books: 1.) 

On the bright shore, to which is 

added, That third woman. Author- 
ized and unabridged translation 
from the Polish. By Jeremiah 
Curtin. Boston, Little, Brown & 
co., 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston: 

Children on the doorsteps. 8 x 10. 
(Photographs.) 

End of day. 18x22. (Photographs.) 

11 x 14. (Photographs.) 

Family (The). 18x22; 11x14. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Hearing. 11x11. (Photographs.) 

History. 18x22. (Photographs.) 

Labor . 8 x 10. (Photographs.) 

11x11. (Photographs.) 

Law. 18x22. (Photographs.) 

Lincoln v Abraham). 8x10. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

11x14. (Photographs.) 



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Curtis & Cameron, Bostou: 

Magdalene. 18x22. (Photographs.) j 
Monk reading. 11 x 14. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Night and the waning day. 18 x 22. 
(Photographs. ) 

11x14. (Photographs.) 

8x10. (Photographs.) 

Ophelia. 11x14. (Photographs.) 
Peace. 11x14. (Photographs.) 
Recreation. 8x18. (Photographs.) 

11 x 14. (Photographs.) 

Religion. 11x14. (Photographs.) 

8x10. (Photographs.) 

Rest. 8x10. (Photographs.) 

11x14. (Photographs.) 

Sight. 11x14. (Photographs.) 
Smell. 11 x 14. (Photographs.) 
Study. 11x14. (Photographs.) 

8 x 10. (Photographs.) 

Sumner (Charles). 8 x 10. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Surprise (The). 11 x 14. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

8 x 18. (Photographs.) 

Taste. 11x14. (Photographs.) 
Touch. 11 x 14. (Photographs.) 
Dakin (Edward A.), San Francisco, Cal. : 
Seattle and San Francisco to Alaska 
andthe Klondike. (Showing routes 
from.) (Maps.) 
Dalhey ninsic co., Chicago: 

Mystic (The) maze. Overture. By 
C.W.Dalbey. Band. (Music.) 
Dangerfiekl (W. Howard), Gloversville, 
N. Y. : 

Angry (The) flames. Words and 
music by W. Howard Dangerfield. 
(Music.) 
Darling (Adam),, jr., Denver, Colo. : 

Love's appeal. Music by Adam 
Darling, jr. Ballad. (Music.) 
Davis (J. M.), Marble Rock: 

Commencement song. By J. M. Davis. 
(Music.) 
Davis (William Morris), Cambridge, 
Mass. : 

Mountains bordering the sea. 
Coastal plain and mountains. Em- 
bayed mountains. [Harvard geo- 
graphical models. nos. 1, 2, 3.] 
(F. A.: photograph of model.) 
De La Mare (A. T.) ptg. and pub. co., 
ltd., New York: 

Halladay (A. H.) "The half-acre 
fruit garden." (Supplement to 
American gardening.) (Books: 3.) 
Decourcelle (Paul). Nice, Franco: 

Singerie. Berlins polka. Pourpiano. 
Par H.Telia in. (Music.) 
DeRibas (L. A.), Boston: 

Tobacconist's (The) cat. (F. A.: 
photograph of painting) 
Derby & Mills. West Alexandria. Ohio: 
Economic (The) hundredth-mill tax 
tables. (Books: 2.) 



Dinwiddie (William): 

McKinley (Mrs.) (Photographs.) 
Ditsou (Oliver) & co., Boston: 

Hark! 'tis the signal. Chorus for 
mixed voices. By Carl Bohm. 
Arranged and adapted by J. C. 
Macy. (Music.) 

Pasquinade. Caprice. By L. M. 
Gottschalk. Edited and fingered 
byJ.Orth. (Music; 

Voices of praise. A Sunday school 
exercise. Arranged by Rev. R. De 
Witt Mallary. (Music book.) 
Dorn (William), Chicago: 

Remembrances of Boston. March. 
Violin or mandolin and guitar. By 
W. Dorn. (Music.) 

Zouave's march. Violin or mandolin 
and guitar. By W. Dorn. (Music.) 
Doubleday & McClure co., New Y r ork : 

Crane (Stephen). Open (The) boat 
and other tales of adventure. 
(Books: 1.) 

Fleming (W. H.) How to study 
Shakespeare. With an introduction 
by W. J.Roli'e. (Books: 1.) 
Douglas (Alice May), Bath, Me. : 

Vacant (The) lots of Beulah. By 
Alice May Douglas. (Music.) 
Dowd (Frank), Cleveland,, Ohio: 

Elks. (Prints.) 

Knights of Pythias. (Prints.) 

Masons. (Prints.) 

Odd Fellows. (Prints.) 

Secret society army and navy playing- 
cards. (Prints.) 
Dowell (A. B.), Vinton, Iowa: 

Do well (A. B.) A jilted lover. 
(Books: 2.) 
Downey (Frank), Brooklvn, X. Y. : 

United States (The)' march. (Two- 
step.) By Frank Downey. (Music.) 

Which one? By F.Downey. (Music.) 
Dunbar (Paul Lawrence ). Philadelphia: 

Dunbar (P. L.) The uncalled. A 
novel. (Books: 1.) 
Dupont (Paul), Paris. France : 

Soeur Marthe. Drame lyriquo en 3 
actes. Poemede Charles Picket & 
Octave Honda ill e. Musi que de F. 
Le Ray. Partition chant et piano. 
(Music.) 
Edison (Thomas A. V Orange. \. J. : 

Burial of " Maine" victims. v Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cruiser "Cincinnati."' (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cruiser ••Detroit." (Photographs. 

Cruiser " Marblehead." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Flagship -'New \ork. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Heaving the log. ( Photographs.) 

Monitor •■Terror." (Photographs.) 

Morro castle. Havana harbor. (Pho- 
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Edison (Thomas A.), Orange X. J. : 

New York Journal dispatch yacht 

" Buccaneer.'' (Photographs".) 
S. S. "Coptic." no. 2. (Photographs ) 

lying to. (Photographs.) 

running against the storm. 

(Photographs.) 
Secretary Long and captain Sigshee. 

(Photographs.) 
Snowstorm. (Photographs.) 
Street (A) Arab. ( Photographs. ) 
U. S. battleship "Indiana." (Pho- 
tographs.) 
U. S. battle ship "Iowa." (Photo- 
graphs. | 
U.S. cruiser •'•'Nashville.'' (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
U. S. S. "Castine." (Photographs.) 
War correspondents. (Photographs. ) 
Wreck of the battle ship "Maine." 
(Photographs.) 
Eggers (John Frederick). Grand Island, 
Xebr. : 
Eggers (J. F. ) Bienenzucht und 
koniggewinnung nach derneuesten 
methode. (Books: 1.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corre- 
spondence instruction. Xew York: 
Arithmetic instruction paper. Book 
1. pt. 1.. [The electrical engi- 
neer institute of correspondence 
instruction (inc.)]. (Books: 2.) 
Arithmetic question paper. Book 1. 
pt. 1. (Books: 2.) 

* Elliott (Charles S.) & co., Xew York. : 

Jubilate Deo. By E. R. Kroeger. 
[American choir, v. 3. no. 55.] 
(Music.) 
Entwisle (J. Howard), Philadelphia: 

"By grace alone." By Ida Scott 
Taylor and J. H. Entwisle. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Crossing one by one. By J. Oatman, 
jr., and A. Geibel. (Music.) 

"Home (The) coming." By J. Oat- 
man, jr., and J. H. Entwisle. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Since Christ the Lord is mine. Bv 
G. W. Davis and C. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 

* Essex music pub. co., Boston: 

You know I'm innocent. Words and 

music by C. McManus. (Music.) 
Evening post pub. co.. Xew York : 

Daily digest of selected cases. Apr. 

16. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 20. (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 21. (Books: 3.) 

Apr 22. (Books: 3.) 

Expected (The) war. Plans for a 

short, decisive campaign. London, 

Apr. 19. (Books: 3.) 
Fairchild music co.. Chelsea, Mass. : 

Encore (La.) Schottische brillante. 

By Beulah M. Scott. (Music.) 



*Falk (B. J.). Xew Yorl 
Galland (Bertha), 
graphs.) 

no. 14. 

no. 15. 

no. 16. 

no. 21. 

no. 22. 



no. 13. (Photo- 



(Photo- 



(Photo- 



( Photographs.) 
(Photographs.) 
(Photographs.) 
(Photographs.) 
(Photographs.) 
Ha worth (Joseph) and Galiand (Ber- 
tha). (Group.) no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 5. (Photographs.) 

no. 6. (Photographs.) 

Khaldah. Photograph no. 4. (Pho- 

graphs.) 
Maginn (Bonalin.) no. 1. 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

no. 3. (Photographs.) 

no. 4. (Photographs. ) 

no. 5. (Photographs.) 

Salvini (Mrs. Alexander). 
(Photographs.) 

no. 8. ( Photographs. ) 

no. y. (Photographs.) 

Usner (Dorothy), no. 4. 
graphs. ) 

no. 5. (Photographs.) 

no. 6. (Photographs.) 

Farm implement news co.. Chicago : 

Farm implement news. Buyer's 
guide, v. 8. Issued annuallv. 
(Books: 1.) 

Feature press, Xew York: 

Cannon (The) and torpedo will de- 
cide. These terrific engines of 
modern warfare explained. How 
they operate. (Books: 3.) 

"Feinberg (A.), Xew York: 

d'Auriac (Miss Maud), no. 1. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"Feininger (Karl), Xew York: 

Old glory. Words adapted from Jo- 
seph Rodman Drake's poem, " The 
American flag." By the composer 
of the music, Karl Feininger. op. 
26. no. 7. (Music.) 

Feist & Frankenthaler, Xew York: 

There's room for one more star. Writ- 
ten by Wm. J. Hartley. (Music.) 

Feldman (B.). London: 

Bilberry of Tilbury. A musical far- 
cial p"lay. In 3 "acts. Written by 
S. Dauncey and G. D. Day. Lyrics 
byG. D.Day. Music by Guy Jones. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
"Field (Mary May). Atlanta, Ga. : 

"Cupid's arrow." Words and music 
by Mary May Field. (Music.) 

Finney (Frank) & Reed (Walter), Mis- 
soula, Mont. : 
Pawn (A) shop less. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 



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Fischer (Carl), New York; 

Aide-de-camp (The) two-step. Com- 
posed by L. P. Laurendeau. Orches- 
tra. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 888.] 
(Music.) 

Apollo overture. Composed by L. P. 
Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. 
Fischer's ed. 110.888.] (Music.) 

Arbutus (The) waltzes. Composed 
by'Chas. A. Zimmermaun. Piano. 
(Music.) 

Black (The) 400. Medley march. Ar- 
ranged by L. O. De Witt. Band. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 521.] (Music.) 

Cavalcade lancers. Composed by L. 
P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 891.] (Music.) 

Fleurs sauvages waltz. Composed by 
L. P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 890.] (Music.) 

Glad tidings. Medley quad. Com- 
posed by L. O. De Witt. Orchestra. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 887.] (Music.) 

Highwayman (The). Selection. Com- 
posed by R. De Koven. Arranged 
by Theo. M. Tobani. Band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Hyacinth. Quadrille. Composed by 
L. P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 891.] (Music.) 

Irrfahrt (The) mus Gliick overt. 
Composed by F.v. Suppe. Arranged 
by L. P. Lamendeau. Band. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 403.] (Music.) 

Italian nights. Waltz. Composed 
by Theo. M. Tobani. Arranged by 
L. P. Laurendeau. Band. [C.Fisch- 
ers ed. no. 409.] (Music.) 

Make way. Galop. Composed by L. 
P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. 
Fischer's ed. uo.SCO.] (Music.) 

Mercedes. Fandango. Composed by 
L. P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. 
Fischer's ed. 110.888.] (Music.) 

My old Kentucky home. Composed 
by A. Herman. Arranged by E. H. 
Frey. 2 mandolins and guitar. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 63.] (Music.) 

Opera bouffe potpourri. Composed 
by L. P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 889.] (Music.) 

Pietro polka. Composed by L. P. 
Laurendeau. Orchestra. [C. Fisch- 
er's ed. no. 889.] (Music.) 

Referee (The). Two-step. Composed 

by L. P. Laurendeau. Orchestra. 

[C. Fischer's ed. no. 890.] (Music.) 
Sergeant-major (The). T w - s tep . 

Composed by L. P. Laurendeau. 

Orchestra. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 

889.] (Music.) 

Tallyho. Medley march. Arranged 
by I.. O. De Witt. For band. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no.522.] (Music.) 



Fischer (Carl), New York : 

Tantivy. Two-step. Composed by 
R. De Koven. Arranged by Theo. 
M. Tobani. For band. [C.Fischer's 
ed. no.520.] (Music.) 

Telephone (The) girl. Two-step. 
Composed by G. Kerker. Arranged 
by Theo. M. Tobani. Band. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 519.] (Music; 

Waldorf-Astoria bouquet. Waltz. 
Composed by Tbeo. M. Tobani. Or- 
chestra. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 884.] 
(Music.) 

op. 358. Pianoforte. [C.Fischer's 

ed. no. 59.] (Music.) 
Fischer (Ernst), Providence, R. I. : 

>( American (The) eagle." Grand 
march. Composed by Ernst Fischer, 
op. 25. (Music.) 

* Fisher (H. W.), Boston : 

Golden klondike. Song and dance. 
For mandolin, guitar, or banjo. By 
G. Robinson. (Music.) 
Fisher (William K.), Philadelphia: 

Calvary's story. Mrs. Frank A. Breck 
and Thos. O'Neil. (Music.) 
Fitz (Alb. H.), New York: 

Jockey club. March and two-step. 
By Robt. L. Peyton. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 

"Six aces in de pack with me don't 
go." Negro song. Words and mu- 
sic by Alb. H. Fitz, Music.) 

* Flitcraft (A. J. ), Oak Park. 111. : 

Proofs of death forms. Complete 
text. Mar., 1898. (Books: 2.) 

Synopsis of risks assumed and bene- 
fits guaranteed. For agents' use. 
6th ed. Mar., 1898. (Books: 2.) 
*Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig, Germany : 

Adagio. By J. Rheinberger. op. 189. 
Trio for organ, heft 3. [Zw.'df 
trios fur orgel. no. 11.] (Music.) 

Alia breve. By J. Rheinberger. op. 
189. Trio for organ, heft 2. [Zw.'df 
trios fur, orgel. no. 8.] (Music.) 

Allegretto. By J. Rheinberger. op. 
189. Trio for organ, heftl. [Zw.'df 
trios fiir orgel. no. 3. ] ( Music. ) 

heft 2. [Zwolf trios fur orgel. 

110.6.] (Music.) 

Andantino. By J. Rheinberger. op. 
189. Trio for organ, heft 3. [Zwolf 
trios fiir orgel. no. 10.] (Music.) 

no. 12. (Music, ) 

Andantino aniabile. By .'. Rhein- 
berger. op. 189. Trio for organ. 
heft 1. [Zwolf fcrios fiir orgel. 
no. 1. ] (Music.) 

Con moto. By J. Rheinberger. op. 
189. Trio for organ, heft 3. [Zwolf 
trios fiir orgel. no. 9.] (Music.) 

Moderato. By J. Rheinberger. op. 
189. Trio for organ, hefl 
trios fiir orgel. no. 2. | (Music. | 

heft 2. [Zwolf trios fiii orgel. 

no. 5.] (Music.) 



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*Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig, Germany : 

Moderate. By J. Rheinberger. op. 
189. Trio for organ, belt 2. [Zwolf 
trios fiir orgel. no. 7. (Music,) 

Quasi adagio. By J. Rheinberger. 
op. 189. Trio for organ, heft 1. 
[Zwolf trios fiir orgel. no. 4. J (Mu- 
sic). 

Spinnlied. Dichtung vonL.Bowitsch. 

Fiir frauenchor und streichorches- 

ter ocler pianoforte. Componirt von 

Mas Josef Beer. op. 55. (Music.) 

Ford (Sewell),U. S. : 

Ford(S.) Humble strategy. (Books: 
3.) 
Forsyth bros., London: 

Deux valses pour piano solo. Par M. 
Esposito. op. 37. no. 1. InAmajor. 
(Music.) 

no. 2. In F sharp minor. (Music.) 

Fowler (Nath'l C, jr.), Boston: 

Fowler (N. C, jr.) Social associates. 
(Books: 3.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London : 

Alwavs on the dream. (Song.) 
Written by A. J. Mills and H. Bed- 
ford. Composed by Bennett Scott. 
(Music.) 

Change (A) will do you good. (Song.) 
Written and composed by R. A. 
Roberts. (Music.) 

Fate (The) of Gentleman Joe. (A 
medley drama.) By T. Th urban. 
(Music.) 

For a very, very long, long time. 
(Topical song. ) Written and com- 
posed by M. Burton. (Music.) 

Golden rain waltz. By Oliver Gaggs. 
(Music.) 

Oh, Mister Noah. (A tale of an ark.) 
Written and composed by Frank 
Leo. (Music.) 

Ride-a-cock horse. (Song.) Written 
and composed by T. B. Fayne and 
W.Allen. (Music.) 

Somebody's mother. (Song.) Writ- 
ten and composed by Murray and 
Leigh. (Music.) 

Tower (The) post dance (or schot- 
tische). By O. Gaggs. (Music.) 

Waiting for me. (Song.) Written 
and composed by Joseph Tabrar. 
(Music.) 
*Fratiglioui (Paul), Boston : 

Do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si-do. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 
Free (John R.), New York: 

Imperial landis. (Books: 2.) 
*Fribert (Charles), Philadelphia: 

Funie'e (La). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of statuary.) 

Sternberg (Constantine von). (Fine 
arts : photograph of statuary. ) 
Fries (Phil.), Zurich : 

Begriibniso am Nordpol. Fiirmanner- 
chor. Componirt von Gottfried 
Angerer. op. 71. (Music.) 



Fritch (Bennett F.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

My Alabama man. Words and mu- 
sic by Bennett F. Fritch. (Music.) 
Funk & Wagnalls co.,New York: 

Marty n (C.) Neal Dow and his cen- 
tury. A biography, chaps. 24-26. 
(Books: 3.) 
Gabriel (Chas. H.), Chicago: 

In the smiling sky. Words by Ada 
Blenkhorn. Music by C. D. Emer- 
son. (Music.) 
Little rosebuds. Words by Ida M. 
Budd. Music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 
Message (The). Words by Clara T. 
Henry. Music by H. A. Henry. 
(Music.) 
On to victory. Words and music by 

Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 
Song of praise. Words by Ada 
Bienkhorn. Music by S. B. Jack- 
son. (Music.) 
Story (The) of love. Words by Ida 
M. Budd. Music by Oran Will- 
iams. (Music.) 
Gazlay (Webster), Louisville, Ky. : 

Bluegrass region of Kentucky, and 
vicinity of Louisville, Ky. 1898. 
(Bicycle road map.) (Maps.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio : 

Offener Schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Gibson art co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Pothunter. (Prints.) 
Giles (John R.), New York: 

" Klondike gold fields." (Maps.) 
Gilman (James F.) : 

Mother ( The) church. (Photographs.) 
Glanville (A.), Chicago: 

Glanville (A.) War and the good of 
it. The dangers of peace. By A. 
Glanville. (Books: 1.) 
Globe printing co., Leipsic, Ohio : 

Baby cards. (Books: 2.) 
"Godinski (Sadie), Worcester, Mass. : 
Alton (The) march and two-step. By 
Sadie Godinski. (Music.) 
Gould (Everett Francis), Rock Island, 
111.: 
My darling Annette; or, the travel- 
ing man's sweetheart. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by E. 
F.Gould. (Music.) 
Gray (William B.), New York: 

Lady (The) with the rag-time walk. 
Words and music by the Armstrong 
bros. (Music.) 
She is more to be pitied than cen- 
sured. Song. Words and music 
by William B. Gray. (Music.) 
Gray lithograph co., New York : 
Fashion. (Lithographs.) 
Reverie. (Lithographs.) 
Rosebud. (Lithographs.) 
Summer girl. (Lithographs.) 



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Gray Lithograph co., New York: 

Sweet violets. (Lithographs.) 

Winter. (Lithographs.) 
Green (Lydia Olive) : 

I miss thee. Words and music by 
Lydia Olive Green. (Music.) 
Grit pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. : 

Moses (F.) Valiant volunteers. 
(Books: 3.) 
Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Big four. Two-step. By Gus. W. 
Bernard. 2 mandolins and guitar. 
(Music.) 

Chaperone waltzes. For piano. By 
J. F. Bertsch. (Music.) 

Cluster (The). Two-step. Forinano. 
By Laura Worthington. (Music.) 

Conquest (The). Two-step. For pi- 
ano. By E. J. Nicolas. (Music.) 

Don't tell them where you found me ! 
Words and music by T. F. Delaney. 
(Music.) 

First (The) artillery. Two-step. For 
piano. Composed by H. B. von Wit- 
ter. (Music.) 

Gabriella Brown is back in town. 
March song. Words and music by 
Kelso and Jos. D. Murdock. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Hea comes my baby. A Coonville 
episode. Words and music by J. R. 
Hubbell. (Music.) 

In memory of Jane. Words by H. 
Bates. Music by J. Garrett. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Johnson of the levee. Words and 
music by P. W. Kring. (Music.) 

Mary Carey. Song. Words and mu- 
sic by Kelso and Jos. D. Murdock. 
(Music.) 

O Jesus, O Pastor. Quartette. By a 
sister of charity. (Music.) 

S. O.K. (The). Two-step. Composed 
by M. 0. Shaughnessy. (Music.) 

Side by side. Two-step. For piano. 
By H. F. Sanders. (Music.) 

Take off yer hats to Katie Kelly. 
Words and music by Kelso and Jos. 
D. Murdock. (Music.) 

There's more sunshine than rain. 
Song and chorus Composed by J. 
W. Baines. (Music.) 

TillieTootie,the Coney Island beauty. 
Words by A.J.Lamb. Music by 
G. W.Barnett. (Music.) 

When the bells go ding, dong, ding. 
Song. Words and music by W. H. 
Penn. (Music.) 
*Grude (Einil), Leipzig. Germany: 

Am Traunsee. Idylle fur pianoforte. 
Von Richard Fuchs. op. 10. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Haggard (IT. Rider), London, England : 

Haggard (H. R. ) Elissa; or, the 
doom of Zimbabwe, chaps. 10-17 
(concluded). [Sunday Inter ocean, 
Apr. 17, 1808.] (Books: 2.) 



Haines (I. E.) and Hayes (H. H.), Chi- 
cago : 

Song (A) of the Maine. Words by 
Ida Evans Haines. Music by 
Harriet Hayden Hayes. (Music.; 
Haines (James J.), Boston: 

Haines (J.J.) Our country united. 
(Books: 2.) 

* Hallet (Andrews), Boston : 

Indian camp, sportsman's show, Bos- 
ton. (Photographs.) 

Interior United States cartridge co.'s 
booth, sportsman's show, Boston. 
(Photographs.) 

"Lulu, the half-breed." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Lulu, the half-breed, with horse." 
(Photographs.) 

"Mountain Joe." (Photographs.) 

"Mountain Joe and squaw." (Pho- 
tographs.) 

U. S. cartridge co.'s booth, sports- 
man's fair, Boston. (Photographs.) 

"Wa wa, the scout." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hansell (F. F.) & bro., New Orleans, La. : 

White's notarial guide. With an 
appendix. Prepared by H. H. 
White. (Books: 1.) 
Haring & Geyer, New York: 

"Our Maine." (Engravings.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York : 

On the beach at Narragansett. 
(Song.) Words by Hugh Morton. 
Music by Gustav Kerker" (Music.) 

She is the belle of New York. (Song.) 
Words by Hugh Morton. Music 
by Gustav Kerker. (Music.) 
*Hartnett (L.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Told by a photograph. (Books: 2.) 

* Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Chime of bells. (Glockenspiel.) 
Tone piece by Carl Hems. op. 
81. Revised and fingered by A. 
Bechter. (Music.) 

Etude, no. 1. By H. A. Wollen- 
haupt. op. 22. Revised and fin- 
gered by W. B. Colson. (Music.) 

Festal march. ( Festzug. ) By M. P. 
Heller, op. 0. Revised and fin- 
gered by Tnomas Williams. [Three 
easy pieces, no. 2.] (Music.) 

Going to church. (Zur kirche. By 
M. P. Heller, op. 6. no. 1. Revised 
and fingered by Thomas Williams. 
[Three easy pieces, no. 1.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

In springtime. (Neuer friihling.) H\ 
Gustav Lange. op. 44. Revised 
and fingered by Tnomas Williams, 
(Music.) 

On the playground. ( Auf dem spiel- 
pi at z.) B\ M. P, Heller, op. 8, 
l\e\ tsed and fingered l\\ Thomas 
Williams. [Three eas\ p 
3.] (Music.) 



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* Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Willis (Les). By C. Chaminade. op. 
42. Revised and fingered by Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 
Hawkins (Jay R.), New York: 

Hawkins (J. R.) A universal coin- 
age. Reply to Eugene V. Brew- 
ster, esq. (Books: 3.) 
Hayes (Harriett Hayden), Chicago: 

Old (The) thirteen. Words by Mrs. 
Lewis. Composed by H. H. Hayes. 
(Music.) 
Henley (James H.) and Pyle (Joseph C), 
Neihart, Mont. : 

Neihart Baldys. (Photographs.) 
Henly (Norman W ) & co., New York: 

Hiscox (G-. D.) Gas, gasoline, and 
oil engines. 2d ed., revised and 
enlarged. (Books: 1.) 
*Henninges (R. E.), United States: 

King William's victory. March. By 
R."E. Henninges. (Music.) 
Herrington & Pitnev, Eagle Bridge, 
N.Y.: 

Anthem (The) of liberty. A new 
national anthem. Words by J. H. 
Pitney. Music by J. W. Herring- 
ton. (Music.) 
Herzog (Alfred W.), Hoboken, N. J. : 

Comanche (El). March and two- 
step. Composed by Alfred W. Her- 
zos:. (Music.) 

Rapid transit waltz. By Alfred W. 
Herzog. (Music.) 
Heugel et cie.. Paris, France: 

Eblouissement. Poesie de Yilliers de 
Lisle- Adam. Musique de B. Croce- 
Spinelli. [Six melodies, no. 1.] 
(Music.) 

J'ai peur d'un baiser. Poesie de Paul 
Verlaine. Musique de B. Croce- 
Spinelli. [Six melodies, no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

L'aveu. Poesie de Yilliers de Lisle- 
Adam. Musique de B. Croce- 
Spinelli. [Six melodies, no. 2.] 
(Music.) 

Presents (Les). Poesie de Yilliers 
de Lisle-Adam. Musique de B. 
Cr'oce-Spinelli. [Six melodies, no. 
3.] (Music.) 

Sereines (Les) fiancailles. Prose et 
musique de B. Croce-Spinelli. [Six 
melodies, no. 6.] (Music.) 

Si tu veux, m'amour. Poesie de Jean 
Richepin. Musique de B. Croce- 
Spinelli. [Six melodies, no. 4.] 
(Music.) 
*Hildesheirner (S.) & co., ltd., London : 

Catch hold. (Engravings.) 

Desperate odds. (Engravings.) 

Grandfather's birthday. (Engrav- 
ings. 

Happy days. (Engravings.) 

Music, when soft voices die, vibrates 
in the memory. (Engravings.) 



"Hildesheimer (S.) & co., ltd., London: 

Oranges and lemons. (Engravings.) 

Overtaken. (Engravings.) 

Rivalry. (Engravings.) 

Willing (A) hand. (Engravings.) 
*Hipp (John J.), Grover Hill, X. Y. : 

Washington's reception by the la- 
dies on passing the bridge atTren- 
tou,N.J.,Apr.,1789. (Lithographs. 
Hofman (Charles E.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Song (The) of the blue aud the gray. 
Words and music by Charles E. 
Hofman. (Music.) 
Holman (A.J.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Bible (The Holman new self- 
pronouncing Sunday school teach- 
er's.) Pictorial ed. (Books: 1.) 

Four thousand questions and answers 
on the Old and New Testament. 
Improved ed. [Holman ed.] 
(Books: 1.) 

Holman (A.J.) & co. Pictorial (A) 
pilgrimage through Bible lands. 
(Books: 1.) 
Holt (Henrv) & co., New York: 

Burrow (C. K.) The fire of life. A 
novel. (Books: 1.) 
Hood (John J.), Philadelphia: 

I'm washed in the blood. Words by 
Rev. H. J. Zelley. Music by John 
J.Hood. (Music.) 

Promise (The) is dated to-day. Words 
by Rev. H. J. Zelley. Music by 
John J. Hood. (Music.) 

Sow kind deeds. By M. W. Morse 
and J. H. Entwisle. (Music.) 
"Hopkins (A. C), Lockhaven, Pa: 

"Sugar-pine tree." no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hopkins, Single & co., Syracuse, N. Y. : 

What to wear and where to find it. 
(Books: 2.) 
Houghton. Mifiiin & co., Boston : 

Blaze de Bury (Yetta). French lit- 
erature of to day. (Books: 1.) 

Longfellow (H. AY.) The song of 
Hiawatha, pt. 2. (The Riverside 
literature series.) (Books: 1.) 
Huber (Henry) co., New York: 

Lewis' patent siphon jet water closet. 
"Reliable." (Circular C. 12. The 
Henry Huber co.) (Books: 2.) 
Hunt (Samuel C), Fort Madison, Iowa: 

Friends of freedom; or, Cuba's 
struggle for liberty. An original 
play. By Sam'l C. Hunt. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
* International literary and news service, 
Irvington, N. Y. : 

Beard (W. Le C.) Salting (The) of 
Tio Juan. (Books: 3.) 

Clark (Kate Upson). A farmer 
woman. Apr. 22, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Current page for Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Apr. 17. 1898. (Books : 3.) 



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"International literary and news service, 
Irvington, N. Y. : 

General order no.307. Apr. 19, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Harben (W. N.) Aunt Clara's inter- 
cession. (Books: 3.) 

Holland (G.) An Egyptian co- 
quette, pts. 1 and 2. For Apr. 19, 
1898. (Books: 3.) 

M. Quad page for Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Apr. 17, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Payne (E.F.) For better or worse. 
(Books: 3.) 

Special page for Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

April 17, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Timely page. Apr. 17, 1898. (Books : 
3.) 

Tinielv service for Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Woman's page for Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Apr. 17, 1898. ( Books : 3. ) 

Youths' page for Apr. 10, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Apr. 17, 1898. (Books : 3. ) 

Inwood (Miss Jessie), Nevada, Mo. : 

Silent voices. (Books: 2.) 
Irving (Henry), London, England: 

Traill (H. D.) and Hichens (R.) The 
medicineman. (Books: 1.) 
Irwin (William G .), Ligouier, Pa. : 

Historical Ligonier valley. (Books: 
2.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio. Reports of cases argued and 
determined in the circuit court of. 
v. 15, Apr. 18, 1898. no. 11. C. G. 
Jahn, editor. (Books: 2.) 
Jameson (W. D.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Missouri overruled cases. (Books: 
2.) 
Janke (C.) & co., Galveston, Tex. : 

Saengerfest (The). March brillante. 
By Fred. R. Ewing. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Jefferson (Benj. H.), Chicago : 

By the cottage where I was born. By 
M. Lifter. (Music.) 
Jernegan ( W. S. ), New Bedford, Mass. : 

American (The) flag. Words from 
poem by J. E. Drake. Music by 
W. S. Jernegan. (Music.) 
Johnson (Herbert), Boston : 

I'll not forget thee. Soprano or 
tenor. By Herbert Johnson. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Johnson (Mortimore), New York : 

Staten Island march. (Two-step.) 
By Maud Mortimore Johnson. For 
piano. (Music.) 
Johnson (William A.). Cambridge, Mass. : 

Johnson (W. A.) The king's hench- 
man. (Books: 1.) 



Johnson (T. and J.W.) & to., Philadel- 
phia: 

Weinier (A. 15.) Tile law of private 
corporations in Pennsylvania, v. 
1. (Books: 1.) 
v.2. (Books: 1.) 

* Johnston (Joseph F.), as Governor of 
Alabama, for the use of the State : 
Alabama (The codeof.) In 2 v. v. 1. 

(Books: 1.) 
v.2. (Books: 1.) 

Jordan (Clifton E.), Redoak, Iowa: 

Deception. A comedy-drama in 4 
acts. By C. E.Jordan. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 

Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in livestock. Apr. 14. 
1898. (Books: 3.) 

(Apr. 18, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

Apr. 19, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

(Apr. 20, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

j Karns (Verdi), Bluffton, Ind. : 

Guiseppe march. Two-step. By 
Verdi Karns. (Music.) 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York : 
Absent-mindedness (The) of Mr. 

Commuter. (Prims.*) 
Another rebuff. (Prints.) 
Bare (A) possibility. (Prints.) 
Champion (The) speaks. (Prints.) 
Concerning the janitor. (Prints.) 
He explains. (Prints.) 
He wanted to know. (Prints.) 
Her prerogative. (Prints.) 
In the nursery. (Prints.) 
It's got to be sooner or later, and it 

looks like '• sooner." ( Prints.) 
Mother goose awheel. (Prints.) 
New (A) species. (Prints.) 
No wonder. (Prints.) 
Not sincere. (Prints.) 
Remedy (A). (Prints.) 
Sphinx (The) of the period. (Prints.) 
Suggestion (A) adopted. (Prints 
Theory (A). (Prints.) 
Unnecessary advice. (Prints.) 
Unwarranted distrust. (Prints.) 
What we are coming to. (Prints.) 

Ketchum (Preston), Madison, Wis. : 

Ketchum (P.) The game of draughts. 
Flora Temple branch of the single 
corner opening. (Books: I.) 

King (Moses), New York: 

King (M.) King's views ot* the New 
York stock exchange. (Books: L.) 

Kist ner ( Fr.), Leip ig. Germany : 

Mailicd. Partitnr und stimmen. Fiir 
(lieisiimmigen tYauemhor. (M it 
begleitung ties pianoforte ad libi- 
tum.) Compouirl von Arnold 
Kvug. op. 78. [Fiinf gedichte. no. 
5. 1 (Music ) 



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Kistner (Fr.)j Leipzig, Germany: 

Nun gute nacht. Partitur und stim- 
meu. Fiit dreistinimigen frauen- 
clior. (Mit begleitung des piano- 
forte ad libitum.) Componirt von 
Arnold Krug. op. 78. [Fiinf ge- 
dichte, no. 1.] (Music.) 

Schneckenlied. Partitur und stini- 
nien. Fiir dreistimmigen frauen- 
chor. (Mit begleitung des piano- 
forte ad libitum.) Componirt von 
Arnold Krug. op. 78. [Fiinf ge- 
dicbte, no. 3.] (Music.) 

Schrecklicke geschichte. Partitur 
und 8timmen. Fiir dreistimmigen 
frauenchor. (Mit begleitung des 
pianoforte ad libitum.) Componirt 
von Arnold Krug. op. 78. [Fiinf 
gedicbte. no. 2.] (Music.) 

Trau in (Der) . Partitur und stimmen. 
Fiir dreistimmigen frauenchor. 
(Mit begleitung des pianoforte ad 
libitum.) Componirt von Arnold 
Krug. op. 78. [Fiinf gedicbte. 
no. 4.] (Music.) 
Kittredge (A. O.), New York : 

Balance sheet accounting system. 
Confidential inquiries. (Books: 2.) 
Kleine optical co., Chicago: 

Leo (Henry). The disaster to the 
battle ship Maiue and the Cuban 
warfare. (Books: 2.) 
Knaui bros., Knoxville, Tenn. : 

What Uncle Sam says, goes! (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Koehler (George), Philadelphia : 

Camellia schottische. Song and 
dance. By Harry A. Martin. 
(Music. ) 
Koehler (Paul), New York: 

Seidl (Anton). (Pen and ink sketch.) 
Cabinet size. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of pen and ink sketch.) 

Large size. (Fine arts : photo- 
graph of pen and ink sketch . ) 
Lamson, Wolffe & co., Boston: 

Smith (H. K.) The history of the 
Lowell institute. (Books: 1.) 
Landeker, Lee & Brown, London, Eng- 
land : 

Noonday in the Highlands. (Fine 
arts: photograph of painting.) 
Lee (William H.), Chicago: 

Dixon (D. B., ed.) Machinists' and 
engineers' pocket manual. (Books : 
1.) 

Holbrook ( A. W. ) "Whiz." A story 
of the mines. (Books: 1.) 
Leslie (Cbarles D.), London, England: 

Leslie (CD.) The golden trap. A 
tale. (Books: 3.) 
Levi (Maurice), New York: 

U. S. march and two-step. Composed 
by Maurice Levi. (Music.) 



* Levy type co., Philadelphia: 

Memorial of the late Hon. Frederick 
Douglass. (Engravings.) 
Lieder (William J. A.), New York: 

Bran nan (B. L.j Remember the 
Maine. (Books: 2.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

In the Orient : A little stroll before 
breakfast. [In Life. no. 803. Apr. 
28.] (Prints.) 
Liggett (John, jr.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Vision (The). Flute and piano. By 
Fidelis Zitterbart. (Music.) 
j * Lincoln ( H. N. ), Dallas, Tex. : 

Are you following the Saviour daily? 
no. 75. Words by E. R. Latta. 
Music by H. N. Lincoln. [Crown- 
ing theme.] (Music.) 

Are you trusting in the blessed Sav- 
iour? no. 74. Words by Jennie 
Wilson. Music by H. N. Lincoln. 
[Crowning theme.] (Music.) 

Gates of the beautiful. no. 60. 
Words by Arthur W. French. Mu- 
sic by W. W. Caves. [Crowning 
theme.] (Music.) 

Gathered home. no. 43. By H. N. 
Lincoln. [Crowning theme.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

How sweet the voice of mercy, no. 
30. Words by Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. 
Music by H. N. Lincoln. [Crown- 
ing theme.] (Music.) 

Mighty God. no. 58. Words by 
Rev. Chas. S. Robinson. Music by 
F. S. Shepard. [Crowning theme.] 
(Music.) 

the precious name of Jesus, no. 4. 
Words and music by E. K. Heyser. 
[Crowning theme.] (Music.) 

Thou God seest me. no. 17. Words 
by Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. Music by 
H. N. Lincoln. [Crowning theme.] 
(Music.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Course in penmanship. Lesson no. 
2. (Books: 2.) 

French (G.H.) A manual of dissec- 
tion and histology for the use of 
classes in physiology in high 
schools, normal'schools, and acade- 
mies. (Books: 1.) 

International clinics, v. 1. 8th ser. 
1898. Edited by Judson Durland 
and others. (Books: 1.) 

* Lippincott (Oliver). Los Angeles, Cal. : 

San Pedro light-house. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
*Lippitt (F. J.), Washington, D. C. : 

When for the war. A ballad. By 
F. J. Lippitt. (Music.) 
*Livermore & Knight co., Providence, 
R.I.: 
Design for no. 189 patriot's day card. 

(Prints.) 
Remember the Maine. (Litho 
graphs.) 



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Lockwood (Frank C), U. S. : 

Good-by, good-by. Words and music 
by F. C. Lockwood. (Music.) 

Loefiier (A.), Tompkinsville, N. Y. : 

Amphitrite, U. S. N. no. 522. (Pho- 
tograpbs.) 

Annapolis, U. S. N. no. 525. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Concord, U. S. N. no. 509. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Detroit, U. S. N. no. 523. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Indiana, U. S. N. no. 508. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Massachusetts, U. S. N. no. 510. 
(Photographs.) 

New Orleans, U. S. N. no. 529. 
(Photographs.) 

no. 530. (Photogranhs.) 

Texas, U. S. N. no. 528. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Yorktown, U. S. N. no. 512. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Loew (O.), Paris, France: 

Regrets. Romance sans paroles. Pour 
violon et piano. Par O. Loew. 
(Music.) 

*Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

Among the trees. Children's-day 

service. Text by E. E. Hewitt. 

Music by J. R. Sweney and Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
Blessing at Calvary. Sacred song. 

By Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. Words 

by E. E. Hewitt. (Music.) 
Children's-day treasury. no. 8. 

Edited by E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 
Declare His grace and glory. An- 
them. Words by E. E. Hewitt. 

Music by J. R. Sweney. (Music.) 
Hosanna! Hosauna! Sacred song. 

By John R. Sweney. Words by 

E.E.Hewitt. (Music.) 
King of earth and heaven. Sacred 

song. Words and music by E. E. 

Hewitt. (Music.) 
Lead us in the ways of blessing. 

Sacred song. By Win. J. Kirk- 
patrick. Words by E. E. Hewitt. 

(Music.) 
Take thy harp. Sacred song. By 

John R. Sweney. Words by E. E. 

Hewitt. (Music.) 
We, too, are growing. Sacred song. 

By Win. J. Kirkpatrick. Words by 

E. E. Hewitt. (Music.) 

Lothrop pub. co., Boston : 

Brooks (E. S.) The true story of 

Benjamin Franklin, the American 

statesman. (Hooks: 1.) 
Christmas story book. Little stories 

and rhymes for little people. 

(Hooks:' I.) 
Fireside treasures. Prose and verse 

for our young folks. (Books: 1.) 

20040— Yol. 15, No. 3 6 



Lothrop pub. co., Boston : 

Story hour. A budget of good things 

for young readers. (Hooks: 1.) 
Wide awake. Stories and tales for 
boys and girls. (Hooks: 1.) 
McCTure (S. S.) co., "New York : 

Griffiths (Arthur). The Billingston 
cangiare case. (Books: 3.) 
McCormick (Charles), Chicago: 

McCormick (C.) Optical truths. 
(Books: 1.) 
McCosh (D. S.) & sons, Mount Morris, 
111.: 

Angels (The) knew. Words and 
music by Geo. B. McCosh. (Music.) 
McKay (William J.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
Whisper, true heart! Waltz song. 
For soprano or tenor. Words by Gr. 
Cooper. Music by W. J. McKay. 
(Music.) 
McKeever (Emma G.), Camden, N. J. : 
Dark (The) marriage morn. Words 
and music by E. G. McKeever^ 
(Music.) 

* McKesson & Robbins, New York : 

Guaiaquin. (Guaracol bisulphonate- 
of quinine.) (Books: 2.) 
McKiel (Joseph Monroe), Mount Carroll, 
111.: 

McKiel (J. M.) Robert Burns. 
(Books: 2.) 

* McLean (Robert Craik), Chicago : 

" Portrait of the lion, Sultan." (Pho- 
tographs.) 
McLoughlin bros., New York : 

Airing (The). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Boy Blue. (Fine arts: photograph 
of design.) 

Busy washing. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Fight (The) in the woods. (Fine 
arts: photograph of design.) 

Goody Two shoes. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of design.) 

Jack Sprat and his wife. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 

Little Jack Horner. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 

Little pets. (Fine arts: photograph 
of design.) 

Lovers (The). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Miss Mullet. (Fine arts: photograph 
of design.) 

Morgiana. (Fine arts: photograph of 
design.) 

Musical children, (tine arts: photo- 
graph of design. ) 

Robin Red breast. (Finearte: pho- 
tograph of d< sign. ) 

Snowballing. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph i^i design."* 

Two at ten. (Finearts: photograph 
oi' design.) 

Visitor (The). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph i>t' design.) 



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*McManus (Blanche), New York: 

Tennyson (A. L.) Crossing the bar. 
(Books: 2.) 
Macmillan co., New York : 

Hamblen (H. E.) The general man- 
ager's story. Old-time reminis- 
cences of railroading in the United 
States. (Books: 1.) 
Oppenheim (N.) The development of 

the child. (Books: 1.) 
Packard (A. S. ) A text- book of ento- 
mology, including the anatomy, 
physiology, embryology, and meta- 
morphoses of insects, etc. (Books : 

1.) 
Wilson (L. L. Yv\) Nature study in 
elementary schools. Reader. 
Myths, stories, poems. (Books: 1.) 
McWilliams (Martha), U. S. : 

Civil war flotsam. (Books: 2.) 
*Malloy (John), Philadelphia: 

Battle ship (The; Maine; or, Yankee 
boys in blue. (Music.) 
Mannield (Win. Chester), Indianapolis, 
Ind. : 

"Hoosier poet march." Composed 
by William Chester Mannfeld. 
(Music) 
Mansfield (Albert M.), New York : 

Ada Rehau waltz. Composed by 
Louis von Hasslacher. (Music.) 

* Mason (Lowell), New York: 

First catch your bird. ( ISallad.) By 
John Fowler and C. Jerome Wil- 
son. (Music.) 
Meade (L. T.), London, Eugland : 

Meade (L. T.) An up-to-date patient. 
A tale. (Books: 3.) 
M«ek (Henry M.), Salem, Mass. : 

Wakefield (The), Stoneham, Reading, 
North Reading, and Lynnfield 
directory, no. 11. 1898-1899. Com- 
piled by Henry M. Meek. (Books : 
1.) 
Menze (C. T.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Self-instructor for the piano- zither. 
Invented by C. T. Menze. (Music 
book.) 
Meredith (George), Eugland: 

Meredith (G.) Poems, v. 1. 

(Books: 1.) 
v. 2. (Books: 1.) 

* Meriden silver plate co., Meriden, 

Conn. : 

Bowling trophy. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

*Merz (Mary L.), U.S.: 

Bessie's favorite. Rondo. Composed 
and fingered by Karl Merz. [Young 
pianists' folio, no. 5.] (Music.) 
Meston (A. J.), Pittsfield, Mass.: 

Meston (A.J.) The Galton law of I 
heredity and how breeders may ap- 
ply it. (Books: 2.) 



Michie (George R. B.) & co., Charlottes- 
ville, Ya. : 

Michie (T. J., ed.) American and 
English corporation cases, v. 7. 
new ser. (Books: 1.) 
Midcap (J. R.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Hot (A) time in Cuba. (Books: 2.) 
Mills (Glen Y.), Ann Arbor, Mich.: 

Mills' (G. Y.) directorv of the U. of 
M., 1898. Apr. ed. (Books: 1.) 
Milne (John), Baltimore, Md. : 

How the Maine was lost. (Prints.) 
How United States will take Havana. 

(Prints.) 
What Uncle Sam will do if war is de- 
clared. (Prints. ") 
Mills (F. A.), New York: 

He certainly is a sweet black man. 
Coon song. YVords and music by 
Irving Jones. (Music.) 
Moebius (E.), Camden, N. J. : 

Ill-fated (The) Maine. (Engravings.) 
Monroe (Charles L.), Rochester, N. Y. : 
Monroe (C.L.) Break the news to 
father. (Books: 2.) 
Morse (Myron E.), Boston: 

Combination portrait and residence 
of Samuel Finley Breese Morse. 
(Photographs.) 
Moser (B. F.), Mind en, Nebr. : 

Yalse de fantasie. For piano. By B. 
F. Moser. (Music.) 
Munsey (Frank A.), New York: 

Y\ nite (M.,,jr.). A born aristocrat. A 
storv of the stage. (Books: 1.) 
"Murphy (I,. D.) and Smyth (W. S.), Kan- 
sas City, Mo. : 

Love on the battlefield, an original 
war drama in 1 acts. By L. D. 
Murphy and W. S. Smyth. (Dra- 
matic comp.) 
Myers (Chas. F.), Washington, D. C. : 
Myers (Chas. F.) (Photographs.) 
Mvers (Mrs. Minnie Walter), Memphis, 
Tenn. : 

Myers (M. W.) Romance and realism 
of the Southern gulf coast. 
(Books: 1.) 
National correspondence institute, Wash- 
ington, D. C. : 

National correspondence institute. 
District of Columbia. (Engrav- 
ings. ) 
Nans (Th.) (Leon Naus), Aachen, Ger- 
many: 

Sommernacht. (Reinick.) Fur ge- 
mischten chor, mit begleitung des 
orchesters. Componirt von Leo. 
Blech. (Music.) 
Neely (F. Tennyson), New York : 

Dail (C. C.) The stone giant. 

(Books: 1.) 
King (C.) A garrison tangle, chap. 

1. (Books: 3.) 
The rise and fall of United States. 
By W. M. Grinnell. (Books : 1.) 



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Nelson (Milton O.), Chicago: 

Nelson (M. O.) For men only. A 
sermonette. (Books: 2.) 
Nenl>aner (Andrew H.), Newark, N. Y. : 
Attorney {The) march. Composed 
by A. H. Neubauer. (Music.) 
Nicoll (Charles H.), New York : 

Manual of statistics, 1898. Stock 
exchange handbook. 20th year. 
Rev. to Jan. 1, 1898. (Books : 1. ) 
Noel (A.), Paris, France. 

Solfege. Melodique et progressif" en 
cle de sol et cle de fa. Par Emile 
Durand. Avec accompagnement de 
piano. (Music.) 
Noel (Dazie), Brownwood, Tex. : 

Spaniard's (A) revenge. By Dazie 
Noel. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Novello, Ewer &. co., New York: 

Bird raptures. A two-part song. 
Words by Christina Rosetti. Music 
by G. F. Huntley. [Novello's oc- 
tavo ed. no. 109.] (Music.) 
Glory (The) of the God of Israel. 
Full anthem for Whitsuntide and 
general use. Composed by Thomas 
Adams. [Novello's octavo an- 
thems, no. 593.] (Music.) 
Golden silences. A two-part song. 
Words by Christina Rosetti. Mu- 
sic by G. F. Huntley. [Novello's 
octavo ed. no. 108.] (Music.) 
O'Brien (Win.), Ireland: 

O'Brien (YV.) A queen of men. 
(Books: 2.) 
Oehler (3ustav, jr.), Frankfurt, Ger- 
many: 

Liebeslied. Text von Ludwig Fulda. 
Lied fur eine singtimme mit 
begleitung des pianoforte. Com- 
pouirt von E. Nitrac. op. 1. 
(Music.) 
Zigeunerliedchen. (Lieder im volk- 
ston fiir eine weibliche singstimme 
und clavierbegleitung. Componirt 
von Bernhard Sekles. op. 3. no. 1.) 
(Music.) 
Oertel (Louis), Hannover, Germany: 

Matteo Falcone. Oper mit einem 
vor-und einem nachspiel. Dich- 
tung und inusik von Theodor Ger- 
lach. Vollst'indiger Klavierauszug 
mit text. (Music.) 
* Oppenheim, Wm. Geo., NewYork : 

Battle (The) of the swans* Central 
Park, New York city. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Osgood art color type co., Chicago: 

''Memorial of the United States 
battle ship Maine." (Books: 2.) 
*Ostrander (William Chesebrough), \ew 
York : 

Gladioli. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 



Oxley (Benjamin H.), Pawtucket. R. I. : 
Major Ting-lev's march or two-step. 
ByB.H. Oxley. [For piano.] (Mu- 
sic.) 
Page (L. C.) & co., inc., Boston : 

Stephens (R. N.) The continental 
dragoon. A love story of Phil ipse 
manor-house in 1778. (Books: 1.) 
Palliser (George), New York: 

Design for $1,300 house. (Books: 3.) 
Double residence. (Books: 3.) 
Inexpensive dwelling. (Books: 3.) 
Simple country cottage. (Books: 3.) 
$2,000 cottage. (Books: 3.) 
$2,400 double house. (Books: 3.) 
Palmer (Walter K.), Lawrence, Kans. : 
Palmer (W. K.) The designing of 
cone pulleys. (Books: 2.) 
Parker (Charles), Washington, D. C: 

Lee (General Fitzhugh). Cabinet 
front. Cabinet profile. Front, 
11 x 14. Profile, 11 x 14. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Parsons (Charles A.), Marshalltown, 
Iowa : 
At charity's grand ball. Words and 
music by Charles A. Parsons. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Pasteur medicine co., Chicago: 

Help for womankind. (Books: 2.) 
*Paull (E. T.), New York : 

Lily is my sweetheart. Words and 
music by A. Trevelyan. (Music.) 
Peabody (Francis Greenwood), Cam- 
bridge, Mass. : 

Peabody (E.G.) Founder's day at 

Hampton. An address in memory 

of Samuel Chapman Armstrong. 

Jan. 30, 1898. (Books: 1.) 

Phelpspublishing co., Springfield, Mass. : 

Astrology. ( Hooks : 2. ) 
Phillips (Isaac Newton), Bloomington, 
111.: 

Illinois. Reports of cases at law and 
in chancery, v. 170. I. N. Phil- 
lips, reporter. (Books: 2.) 
Photochrom co., Detroit. Mich. : 

Cliff palace. Mesa verde. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

From the ruins. ( Photographs. ^ 

Crossing the timber line. M. and P. 

P.Ry. (Photographs. | 
Hanging rock. Clear creek cafwm. 

(Photographs.) 
Marshall pass and Mount Ouray, 

(Photographs.) 
Mount Hamilton. Lick observatory . 

(Photographs.") 
Mount Hood. (Photographs.) 
Mount Shasta. (Photographs.) 
Nevada Calls 1. Yosonute \ alley. 

(Photographs.) 
Silver apron, Yoseiuite valley. 
(Photographs.) 
Pierce ("Frank), Seattle, Wash. : 

Pierce ( b\ ) Index laws of Washing- 
ton, ism L897. (Books: L) 



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Pierson (IT. S.), Philadelphia : 

City of Wilmington waltz. Com- 
posed bvB. Alice Pierson. (Music.) 
Polk (R.L.) & co.. pub., Pittsburg, Pa.: 

Numerical and classified telephone 
directory of Pittsburg. Allegheny, 
and vicinity. Jan., 1898. v. 1, 
no. 1. (Books: 1.) 
Pond (Wm. A.) & co.. New Tort : 

One summer day. March. Two- 
step. Composed by Alfred Rosen- 
berg. (Music.) 
Pott (James) & co., New York: 

In memoriam. (Books: 2.) 
Preservaliue mfg. co., New York: 

sportsmen's preservaliue. (Books : 
2.) 
Presser (Theo.). Philadelphia : 

Beggar (The). Die bettlerin. H. 
Engelmann. op. 299. Piano. [Six 
characteristic pieces, no. 2.] 
(Music.) 

Berceuse. Theo. W. Davis, op. 10. 
Piano composition, [no. 2408.] 
(Music. ) 

Bon-bon polka. F. Behr. Edited by 
Carl Hoffman. For the piano, [no. 
2421.] (Music.) 

Carillon of Louis XIV. op. 107. 
Ch. Neustedt. Piano composition, 
[no. 2422.] (Music.) 

Cradle song. Aug. Miiller. For the 
pianoforte, series 2. [no. 2389.] 
(Music.) 

Dause de pierrot. By R. Jefferson 
Hall. Piano composition. [no. 
2-115.] (Music.) 

Debut (Le) polka. Mazurka. Theo. 
W, Davis, op. 20. no. 1. [no. 
2409.] (Music.) 

Debut (Le) valse. By Theo. AY. 
Davis, op. 20. no. 2. [no. 2410.] 
(Music.) 

Happy (The) hunter. Der frohliche 
jiiger. H. Engelmann. op. 299. 
Piano. [Sis characteristic pieces. 
no. 1.] (Music.) 

Heart's desire. (Herzensdrang.) J. 
Rheinlander. op. 99. no. 2. For 
the pianoforte, [no. 2417.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Humoreske. (Waltz.) F. Kauffmann. 
op. 16. no. 2. For the pianoforte, 
[no. 2436.] (Music.) 

I doubt it. Song. By R.Jefferson 
Hall. [no. 2418."] (Music. ) 

Juggler (The). Der jongleur. H. 
Engelmann. op. 299. Piano. [Six 
characteristic pieces, no. 5.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Lamartine. Fragment poetiqne. no. 
1. Benj.Godard. Edited and fin- 
gered by Maurits Leefson. For the 
pianoforte, [no. 2377.] (Music.) 

Little (The) soldier. B. Wandelt. 
op. 13. no.l. [no. 2410.] (Music.) 



Presser (Theo.). Philadelphia: 

Mathews (W. S. B.) The masters 
and their music. (Books: 1.) 

Old (The) hermit. Der alte einsied- 
ler. H. Engelmann. op. 299. 
Piano. [Six characteristic pieces, 
no. 4. (Music.) 

Onward, christian soldiers. (Sulli- 
van.) Transcription. For the 
piano. Bv Richard Goerdeler. [no. 
2390.] (Music.) 

Patrol of the musketeers. [Ronde 
des mousquetaires.] G. Bachmann. 
Edited by Carl Hoffman. Piano 
composition, [no. 2405.] (Music.) 

People (The) free. (Patriotic song.) 
Words and music bv H. A. Clarke, 
[no. 2435.] (Music) 

Pilgrims (The). Der pilgerchor. H. 
Engelmann. op. 299. Piano. [Six 
characteristic pieces, no. 6.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Prelude in E minor. F. Mendelssohn. 
Edited and revised by Maurits 
Leefson. For the pianoforte, [no. 
2425.] (Music.) 

Premiere (La) danseuse. Fidelis 
Zitterbart. Piano duet. [no. 
2420.] (Music.) 

Rustic (A) dance. Landler. Extract 
from suite. Joachim Raff. op. 162. 
no. 3. Piano composition. [no. 
2437.] (Music.) 

Slumber song. R. Jefferson Hall. 
[no. 2419.] "(Music.) 

Special studies in staccato. Thirds, 
sixths, and octaves. For the piano. 
By J. H.Rogers, [no. 2289.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Think of me. [Gedenke mein.] 
Franz Behr. op. 575. no. 11. [First- 
grade pieces, no. 2407.] (Music.) 

Turkish rondo. W. A. Mozart. For 
thepiano. [no. 2402.] (Music.) 

Tyrolean (The) maid. Die Tyrolerin. 
H. Engelmann. op. 299. Piano. 
[Six characteristic pieces, no. 3.] 
(Music.) 

Yalse sentimentale. Ch. Mayer, op. 
121. no. 10. For the pianoforte, 
[no. 2423.] (Music.) 

Yolunteer (The) march and two-step. 
H. Engelmann. For piano, [no. 
2414.] (Music.) 

Professional photographer pub. co.. Buf- 
falo, N. Y. : 

Austin (A. C.) Practical half-tone 
and tri-color engraving. (Books: 
1.) 
Queen & co., Philadelphia: 

Queen 6c co.'s manual of practical 
draughting. 1st ed. (Books: 1.) 
Raabe & Plothow, Berlin, Germany: 

Gavotte unci musette. Fiir piano- 
forte. Componirt von AYilly 
Klinke. op. 5. (Music.) 



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Rand. McNally & co., Chicago: 

Bramble (C. A.) The A B C of min- 
ing. A handbook for prospectors. 

(Books: 1.) 
British isles. [Columbia series.] 

(Maps.) 
Fenn (G. M.) Woman (A) worth 

winning. (Books: 1.) 
Read (O.) The waters of Caney I 

Fork. A romance of Tennessee. 

(Books: 1.) 
Sergeant (A). Love story of Mar- 

gar et Wynne. (Books: 1.) 
Swan CM.)" " Life's blindfold game." 

Bv Maggie Swan. (Books: 1.) 

* Randall (William G.), Raleigh, N. C. : 

Macon (Nathaniel). (Fine arts: ; 
photograph of painting.) 
Ran (Wm. H.), Philadelphia: 

U. S. cruiser ''Columbia." The 
launching. 15857. (Photographs.) 
U. S. cruiser "New York," broadside, j 
13666. (1.) (Photographs.) 

(2.) (Photographs.) 

*Read (Howard A.), Baltimore, Md. : 
Design H. A. R. (Fine arts: jmoto- 
graph of painting.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., New York: 

HilHs (N. D.) The modern church 
and its claim upon patriots and 
citizens. (Books: 2.) 
Morgan (G. C.) The hidden years at 
Nazareth. (Books: 1.) 
Rhoads (W. M.), Denver, Colo. : 

Showing group of three miners pour- 
ing gold, no. 535. (Photographs.) 
Riley (James), Mattapan, Mass. : 

Riley (J.) Songs of two peoples. ; 
By J. Riley. (Books: 1.) 
Roach (Thos. E.), Washington, D. C. : 

Roach (T. E.) Remember the Maine. I 
(Books: 2.) 

* Roberts (Arthur \V.), Wayne, Pa. : 

Roberts (A. W., editor). The first ! 
book of Caesar's Gallic war. j 
[School classics.] (Books: 1.) 
Rogers & Pyatt, New York: 

Hercules glue for emery work. | 
(Books: 2.) 
Rohlfing sons music co., Milwaukee, 
Wis.: 

Pirate (The). Piratenlied. Song. 
For baritone or bass. By F. Brue- 
schweiler. op. 17. [Two songs. ! 
no. 2.] (Music.) 

* Rosche (George F.), Chicago : 

He arose. By C. G. Homer and C. 11. 
Gabriel. [The church choir.] 
(Music) 

Herein is love. (John iii, 16-17.) By 
L. O. Emerson. [The church choir. ] 
(Music.) 

Joy of Easter day. By 1>. 11. Wins- 
low and C. D. Emerson. [The 
church choir.] (Music.) 



* Rosche (George F.), Chicago : 

King (The) of glory. By C. II. 
Gabriel. [The church choir.] 
(Music.) 
O joyful sound. By O. S. Grinnell. 
[The church choir.] (Music; 
Ross (James D.), Truro, Nova Scotia: 
Ross (J. D.) Rule Anglo-Saxia. 
(Books: 2.) 
Ross (John), Seattle, Wash. : 

Entrance to Copper river, Alaska. 
(Maps.) 
Rousseau (Henriette), U. S. : 

Rousseau (H.) Her collar and tie. 
(Books: 3.) 
Royal tailors, Chicago : 

Reveries (The) of a bachelor maid. 
(Books: 2.) 
*Kuhling (H.) & co.. Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Ask me, nigger, ask me. A darkey 
sarcasm. By Will F. Burke and 
Ed. E.Webb. (Music.) 
Russell (R. H.), New York : 

Pai>e(T. N.) Two prisoners. (Books: 

1.) 
Wilson (R. B.) u Remember the 
Maine." (Books: 2.) 
*Ryley (Madeleine Lucette), New York: 
Rvley (M. L.) An American citizen. 
\ Books: 1.) 
Salley (A. S., jr.), Orangeburg, S. C. : 

Salley (A. S., jr.) The history of 
Orangeburg count v, S. C. (Books : 

1.) 

Sampson, Murdoch & co., Boston : 

Lowell (The) directorv, 1898.no. 47. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd.. New York: 

Aspen, Pitkin county, Colo. ( insur- 
ance maps of). Mar.. 1898. (Maps.) 

Creede, Hinsdale, and Rio Grande 
counties, Colo. Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Dover, Strafford county, N. H.. (in- 
surance maps of). ' Mar.. L898. 
(Maps.) 

Durango, La Plata count v. Colo. 
Mar., 1898. (Maps.) 

Hillsdale, Columbia count v. N. Y. 
Mar.. 1898. (Maps.) 

Kingman. Mohave county, Ariz, 
Apr., 1898. (Maps.) 

Lnmberton, Robeson county. \. C, 
(insurance maps of). Mar.. 1898, 
(Maps.) 

Mason. Warren county. Ohio, (in- 
surance maps of), Mar.. 1898. 

(Maps.) 
Needles, San Bernardiuo county, Cal. 

Apr., 1898. (Maps.) 
Pipestone, Pipestone oounty, Minn. 

Mar.. L898. (Maps.) 
Warren, Warreu counts. Pa., (ineur- 

anoemapsof). Mar.. 1898. I Maps.) 
Sargent (Charles Sprague), Brookline, 
Mass.: 
Sargent (C.S,) rhe silva of North 

America, v. II. Hooks: |.) 



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Sarage (Richard Henry), New York: 

Savage (R. H.) In the swim. A 
story of currents and undercurrents 
in gayest New York. (Books: 1.) 

* Schick (Johann), New York: 

Girl (The) I loved and lost long, long- 
ago. Words hy A. B. Sterling. 
Music by Harry Van Tilzer. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Schirrner (G.), New York: 

Summer night. Quartet or chorus. 
For men's voices. Music hy A. E. 
Little. [Schirnier's octavo choruses. 
no. 475.] (Music.) 

Young Lovel's bride. Ballad for 
women's voices. Music by W. E. 
Haesche. (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Forest musings. English version by 
Fred. W. Bancroft. Music by 
Leone Sinigaglia. op. 9. no. 1. 
[Octavo series, no. 77.] (Music.) 

May song. English version by Fred. 
W. Bancroft. Music by Leone Sini- 
gaglia. op. 9. no.3. [Octavo se- 
ries. no.79.] (Music.) 

Memories. English version by Fred. 
W. Bancroft. Music by Leone Sini- 
gaglia. op. 9. no. 2. [Octavo se- 
sies. no. 78.] (Music. ) 

Swedish peasant's wedding march. 
English version. By Fred. W. 
Bancroft. Music by Aug. Soder- 
man. (Music.) 

* Schmidt (F. G. G.), Eugene, Oregon: 

Wildeubruch (E. von), Das edle blut; 

erziihlung. Edited by F. G. G. 

Schmidt. (Books: 1.) 
Schmidt & co., New York : 

"Coquet." (Fine arts: photograph 

of painting.) 
"Flag beauty." (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Floral. (Fine arts: photograph of 

painting.) 
Little Pedro. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Schroeder (J. H.), New York : 

Birthday (The). By Carl Venth. 

op. 110. no.3. (Music.) 
Come, listen to the sigh. By A. F. 

Myhr and Carl Venth. op. 110. no. 

5/ (Music.) 
Fragment. Words by A. F. Myhr. 

Music by Carl Venth. op. 110. 

no. 2. (Music.) 
If thou wert only true. By Carl 

Venth. op. 110. no. 1. (Music.) 
Northern (The) light. By Carl 

Venth. op. 110. no. 6. Words by 

C.Myhr. (Music.) 
True love. Words by A. F. Myhr. 

Music by Carl Venth. op. 110. 

no. 4. (Music.) 



* Schubert (E. A.), St. Charles, Mo. : 

" She suits me." Words by A. 
Niinra. Music by Wm. Flake. 
(Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 
Columbia. Anthem. Written by 
Clay M. Greene. Music by Victor 
Herbert. (Music.) 
Nocturne. Words by T. B. Aldrich. 
Music by A. L. Barnes. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Fritz, jr.), Leipzig, Germany: 
Suite pittoresque pour piano a quatre 
mains, op. 59, par W. Goldner. 
no. 1. Allegro rissolu to. (Music.) 

no. 2. Andantino. (Music.) 

no.3. Intermezzo. (Music.) 

no. 4. Allegro vivace. (Music.) 

*Schueler (Adalbert), New York: 

We are Americans. Words by W. 
G. Blood. Music by A. Schueler. 
(Music.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

Clarke (W. N.) An outline of Chris- 
tian theology. (Books: 1.) 
Davidson (T.) Rousseau and educa- 
tion according to nature. [The 
great educators. J (Books : 1. ) 
Field ( H . M. ) From the lakes of Kil- 
larney to the Golden Horn. 20th 
ed. rev. (Books: 1.) 
Moody (H. W.) The unquiet sex. 

(Books 1.) 
Stockton (F. R.) The girl at Cob- 
hurst. (Books: 1.) 
Seibert (George), Danville, 111. : 

Our Joe. March. Two-step. Com- 
posed by Geo. Seibert. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Senat (Prosper L.), Philadelphia: 

Through the greens and golfers' year- 
book. (Books: 1.) 
Setchell (G.W.), Boston: 

1's dark, but I's no fool. Words by 
W. M. Brown. Mnsic by Dave 
Fitzgibbon. (Music.) 
Shaeffer (Arling), Chicago: 

My boyhood's happy home far away. 
By Andrew Wainwright. Orches- 
tration. (Music.) 
Sharrow (C. D.) and Webster (A. M.), 
Grand Rapids, Mich. : 
New (The) era. (Books: 2.) 
Shea (Thomas E.), Cambridge, Mass. : 
Dear old Maine. Song. By Thos. 
E. Shea, (Music.) 
Shearer (Andrew A.), Rochester, N. Y. : 
Shearer (A. A.) Dose vedding pells 
vill not ring oudt. A parody. 
(Books: 2.) 

Parody on Banks of the Wabash 

far away. (Books: 2.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

American and English encyclopaedia 
decisions. [Shepard's " adhesive 
annotations.] (Books: 2.) 



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Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

California supreme court decisions. 
[Shepard's adhesive annotations, 
suppl. to v. 117 and 118.] (Books: 
2.) 
Shepard (F.) Shepard's national 
system of adhesive annotations. 
Supplement to v. 168, Massachu- 
setts decisions. (Books: 3.) 
Shortstory pub. co., Boston : 

Black (The) cat. For July, 1898. 
[Cover design.] (Prints.) 
Siehler (Leonard), Toledo, Ohio: 

"Gathering the lilies." Words by 
Leonard Siehler. Music by Otto 
Riedrich. (Music.) 
* Silver, Burdett & co., Boston : 

Dry den (J.) Palamon and Arcite ; or, 
the knight's tale. Edited by Alex- 
ander S. Twombly. (The silver 
series of English classics. ) (Books : 

1.) 

Simon (Carl), Berlin: 

Abendstimmung. (Andante.) Fiir 
salon orchester mit harmonium ad. 
lib. Eingerichtet von Otto Well- 
mann. Komponirt von Rudolph 
Dohritzsch. op. 14. no. 2B. (Music.) 

Consolation. Duo fiir harmonium 
unci klavier. Komponiert von C. 
Mahlberg. op. 40. (Music.) 

Phantasie. (B. moll.) Fiir harpe mit 
begleitung des harmoniums, (oder 
derorgel.) Komponiert von Franz 
Poenitz. op. 45. B. Fiir harpe- 
solo und harmonium accompani- 
ment. (Music.) 

Traumverloren. Sketch for harmo- 
nium, violine, and violoucell. By 
W aide-mar Walge. op. 3. no. 2. 
(Musi e.) 

40 chorale nach dem neuen melodieen- 
buche fiir die Provinz Branden- 
burg. Fiirorgel, harmonium, oder 
klavier. By Edmund Miiller. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Smedley (W. H.), New York : 

Little (The) mother. A one act play. 
By \V. H. Smedley. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Smith (F. Hopkinson), New York : 

Smith (F. H.) Well-worn roads of 
Spain, Holland, and Italy. ( Books : 

L) 
Smith & Zublin, Chicago : 

I am a jealous coon. Words and mu- 
sic by Smith & Zublin. (Music.) 
Perhaps we'll- make the same mis- 
take. Words and music by Smith 
iV Zublin. (Music.) 
Sneath (E. Hershey), Ph. I)., New Haven. 
Conn. : 

Bobbes(T.) The ethics of Hobbes, as 
contained in selections from bis 
works. With an introduction by E. 
Hershey Sneath, Ph. I>. (Hooks: 
1.) 



Spaulding (George L.). New York: 

My luve. Song. Words and music 

by Ross fiilfillan. (Music.) 
Stella, Stella. Waltz song. Words by 
Tom Daley. Music by Gus Ed- 
wards. (Music.) 
"Spaulding (W.), Toronto, Ontario: 

New (The) century system of skirt 
cutting, no. 1000. (Books: 2.; 
Spectator co., New York: 

Pocket (The) register of life associa- 
tions for 1898. (Hooks: 2 ) 
Spectator (The) co., publishers: 

Handy guide to premium rates, ap- 
plications, and policies of Ameri- 
can life insurance companies. 1898. 
Seventh annual ed. (Books: 1.) 
Stark bros , Louisiana, Mo. : 

Stark fruit book. (Books: 2.) 
* Stark (Julius) &. co., Greater New York : 
"Just as sweet as she looks." Bal- 
lad and refrain. Words and mu- 
sic by Harry S. Miller. (Music.) 
"Marguerite across the street." 
Wal tz song and refrain . Words by 
Emma Wiegand. Music by Harry 
Chapman. (Music.) 
"Miss Liza, your real color has come 
back. By Edward Rogers. (Mu- 
sic.) 
"Her wedding day." Waltz ballad. 
Words by Jack Simonds. Music by 
Chas. Kohlman. (Music.) 
! Steckel (George), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Blanchard (Mrs. Frederick W.) nos. 
2 and 3. (Photographs.) 
Stedman (William Henry). Boston : 

Herealter (The). Song. By W. H. 
Stedman and J. N. Burnham. (Mu- 
sic.) 
I Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York: 
' "All I wants is ma chickens." Writ- 

ten and composed by Peas and 
Wilson. (Music.) 
Stewart (H. E. P.), Reading, Pa.: 

Alumni (The) march. (Two-step.) 
For piano solo. By H. E. 1*. Stew- 
art. (Music.) 
| * Stewart (Samuel Swaim), Philadelphia : 
Serenade. (In double stops.) Man- 
dolin and guitar. By K. II. Frey. 
| Banjo and guitar journal, no. 105. ] 
(Music.) 
Veriscope (The) dance. Mandolin 
and guitar. By F. 11. Frey. : Ban* 
jo and guitar journal, no. 105..] 
(Music.) 
Stoddard (John I. A New York: 

Stoddard (J. L.) John 1 .. Stoddard's 
Lectures, v. 5. (Books: I.) 
stone (Herbert S.) & co . Chicago ; 

Barnet (Edith A.) A champion in. 
the se\ en ties, ( Books : l. 
Stonehridge (George Ehler). Nex\ York: 
Stonebridge (G.E.) Kemerabor the 
Maine. (Books: 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



* Strobridge litho. co.. Cincinnati, Ohio : ! 

Deck scene. 9 sheet. (N. Y. no. 81126.) 
(Lithographs. J 

Head and lettering. (N. Y. no. 7987.) 
£ sheet. (Lithographs.) 

(N. Y. no. 7988.) 3 sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Purser. 3 sheet. (N. Y. no. 81125.) 
(Lithographs.) 
Strohmoyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : i 

Ambulance (The) carrying the ! 
''Maine" dead, Havana. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

American divers at work — coming up. j 
"Maine" wreck, Havana harbor. ! 
(Photographs.) 

preparing to go down. " Maine" 

wreck, Havana harbor. (Photo- j 
graphs.) 

Blanco's (General) palace, Placa de ! 
Armas, Havana. (Photographs.) 

Canal (The) Albears supplies Ha- j 
vana with water. (Photographs.) j 

Cemetery (The) Colon, where the 
"Maine" dead are buried, Havana. 
(Photographs.) 

Columbus memorial, Havana. "Un- I 
der this tree he celebrated his first 
mass in America." (Photographs.) 

Crane (The) and jumbled wreck of j 
the "Maine" — "Vizcaya" in the : 
distance — Havanaharbor. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Entrance to the cemetery Colon, ! 
burial place of the "Maine" dead, ! 
Havana. (Photographs.) 

Grave of the "Maine" dead. Martyrs , 
for the cause of Cuba and humanity. 
(Photographs.) 

Hotel Inglaterra, Havana, "Maine" 
officers' quarters after the explo- 
sion. (Photographs.) 

"Maine" wreck aft, looking forward | 
from port side. Old glory still fly- 
ing. Havana harbor. (Photo- \ 
graphs.) 

"Vizcaya" in distance. Havana j 

harbor. (Photographs.) 

"Maine" wreck forward, looking aft. 
Spanish divers at work. Havana 
harbor. (Photographs.) 

"Maine" (The) wreck from Merritt j 
wrecking tug "Chief." Havana 
harbor. (Photographs.) 

Near view of the "Maine" wreck, ; 
showing tremendous force of the i 
explosion. Havanaharbor. (Pho- , 
tographs.) 

Pig (A) in clover, no. 1. (Photo- ! 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs. ) 

Royal (The) palm gardens, Havana. 
(Photographs.) 

Spanish recruits drilling. Morro and 
Punta forts on opposite sides of ! 
harbor entrance. Havana. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : 
Spanish soldiers crossing from Ca- 
banas fortress, Havana. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Stubbs (G. Edward), U. S. : 

At even, ere the sun was set. By G. 

Edward Stubbs. (Music.) 
Jerusalem, my happy home. By G. 

Edward Stubbs. (Music.) 
O day of rest and gladness. By G. 

Edward Stubbs. (Music.) 
Saviour, blessed Saviour. By G. Ed- 
ward Stubbs. (Music.) 
Shepherd of tender youth. By G. 
Edward Stubbs. (Music.) 
Sturtevant engineering co., Boston : 

Illustrated catalogue of the Sturte- 
vant engines for electric light 
plants and general high grade 
work. (Books: 2.) 
Sullivan (Maria), Providence, R. I. : 

Our royal knights and regal dames. 
A farcical comedy. By Maria Sul- 
livan. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Summers (Birt), Wheeling, W. Va. : 

New (The) gladiator. March and 
two-step. By Birt Summers. [For 
piano.] (Music.) 
Swenev (John R,), Philadelphia: 

Handful (A) of cheer. By J. Oat- 
man, jr., and J. R. Sweney. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Life (The) on wings. By Mrs F. A. 
Breck and J. R. Sweney. (Music.) 
Swensson (Carl), Lindsborg, Kans. : 

Swensson (C.) Again in Sweden. 
Sketches and reminiscences by Carl 
Swensson. (Books: 1.) 
Talbot (C. B.), Tacoma, Wash. : 

Camps and camping. Klondike and 
Alaska, (Books: 2.) 
*Tappan (William), Winchester, Mass.: 
Homer's Illiad. Books i, vi, xxii, 
xxiv. Trans, by A. Pope. Ed. with 
introduction and notes by W. Tap- 
pan. (Books: 1.) 
Taylor (James Phillips), Buffalo, N. Y. : 
Historical chart of the United States. 
(Books: 2.) 
Texas cooperative investment co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. : 
Texas cooperative investment co. 
[circular]. (Books: 2.) 
Textile record co., Philadelphia: 

American (The) directory of the ho- 
siery and knit-goods manufacturers 
of the United States and Canada. 
(Books: 1.) 
Thiebes Stierlin music co., St. Louis, Mo. : 
Alma redemptoris. Duet and chorus. 

By H. Bollman. (Music.) 
Ave Maria. Duo for soprano and alto 
or tenor and bass. Arranged from 
Mine. By H. Bollman. "(Music.) 
Violets raise. By L. G. Read. (Mu- 
sic.) 



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Thome (Jos.), Newark, N. J. : 

New York zither club march. By Ch. 
Hein/Jnger. For one zither. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Thompson (Sank), Cottondale, Ala.: 

Thompson (S.) The key to health. 
(Books: 2.) 
Thompson music co., Chicago: 

Clam chowder. Comic song. Com- 
posed by Mrs. Carrie Hart Estes. 
(Music.) 
Thurber (W. Scott), Chicago : 

Hebe. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
Ticknor (Anna) library ass'n, Boston: 

Italy. Traveling list. [Anna Tick- 
nor library ass'n.] (Books: 2.) 
Tiemann (H.N.), New York: 

Fifth company athletic team, 1898. 
The team and the cup. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Winners of the Nesbitt trophy. 

(Photographs.) 

Reunion dinner, class of '83, C. C, N. 
Y. Hotel Manhattan, Apr. 16, 1898. 
(Photographs.) 
Tiffany glass and decorating co., New 
York: 

Oniainental design for a colored 
glass window. (Photographs.) 

Scenes in the life of Christ. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York: 

Grass-crowned (A) headland on a 
rocky shore. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of x>ainting.) 

Moorland and quietude. (Fine arts : 
photograph of painting.) 

Pledge (The). (Engravings.) 
Tretbar (Charles F.),New York: 

Dost recall? Weisst du noch? By 
B.O.Klein, op. 59. no. 7. Words 
by Otto Roqnette. (Music.) 

Eludes de concert. Pour le piano. 
Par Ed. Poldini. op. 19. no. 1, 
G flat major, Ges dur; no. 2, A ma- 
jor, A dur; no. 3, F minor, F moll; 
no. 4, E flat major, Es dur; no. 5, A 
flat major, As dur; no. 6, B minor, 
H moll; no. 7, G major, G dur; no. 
8, E minor, E moll. (Music.) 

If I leave all for thee. Lass' alles ich 
fiir dich. By B. O. Klein, op. 59. 
no. 9. (Music.) 

If only thou art true. YYenn du nur 
bleibst nur treu. Words by Geo. 
Barlow. Music by B. O.Klein, op. 
59. no. 6. (Music.) 

Love song. Liebslied. For a high 
voice. Composed by Ad. Lowing, 
cp. 14. Words by F r i e d r i c h 
Riickert. (Music) 

My love is like a red, red rose. Dem 
roth en roslein gleioht mein lieb. 
Words by Kobert Burns. Music 
by Bruno Osoar Klein, op. 59. no. 
1. (Music.) 



Tretbar (Charles F.), New York : 

O, flower of all. Du einzige blunie. 
Composed by B.O.Klein, op.59. 
no. 10. (Music.) 

Russian song. Russisch. Composed 
by B. O. Klein, op. 59. no. 8, 
Words by Hans Schmid. (Music; 
Trow directory, printing and bookbind- 
ing co., New York : 

Trow's business and residential di- 
rectorv of the borough of Queens, 
city of New York, 1898. vol. 1. 
(Books: 1.) 

Trow's business and residential di- 
rectory of the borough of Rich- 
mond, city of New York. [Trow's 
business and residential directorv], 
1898. vol.1. (Books: 1.) 

Trow's business directory of the 
boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, 
city of New York. [Trow's busi- 
ness directory.] (Books: 1.) 
Tullar-Meredith co., Chicago: 

Always more of sunshine. (Sacred 
song ) Words by Mrs. F. A. Breck. 
Music by G. C. Tullar. (Music.) 

Children's greeting. With supple- 
ment. Service for children's day. 
By I. H. Meredith and G. C. Tullar. 
(Music.) 

Garlands for Jesus. (Sacred song.) 
Words by L. F. Newell. Music by 
I.H.Meredith. (Music.) 

Good-bye. (Sacred song.) Words 
by Mrs. F. A. Breck. Music by I. 
H.Meredith. (Music.) 

Greeting song. (Sacred song.) 
Words bv G. C. Tullar. Music by 
G. C. Tullar . (Music.) 

Hail this day. (Sacred song.) 
Words bv Mrs. F. A. Breck. Music 
by G. C. Tullar. (Music.^ 

How wc love Jesus. (Sacred song.) 
Words bv Mrs. F. A. Breck. Music 
by G. C. Tullar. (Music.) 

Just a little pansy. (Sacred song.) 
Words bv E. E. Hewitt. Music by 
I. H.Meredith. (Music.) 

Sunshine, blessed sunshine. (Sacred 
song ) Words bv M. W. Hubbard. 
Music by I. H. Meredith. (Music I 

Sunshine. Children's day service. 
Bv I. H. Meredith and G. C. Tullar. 
(Music.) 

Upon the breath of morn. (Saored 
song.) Words by Ada Bleukhorn. 
Music bv L H. Meredith. (Music) 

Why should children be so happy. 
(Sacred song.) Words bj Mrs. 
F. A. Breck. ' Music by 1. II. Mere- 
dith. (Music) 
Tyrrell (John B.), Oakland. Cal. : 

Copper river, Alaska. Route map. 
(Maps.) 
M'llinan (The) mfg. eo., N> \\ York: 

Birthday (A) offering. (Phot o- 
graphs. ) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



* Ullman (The) mfg. co., New York : 

Clarice. (Photographs.) 
Evangeline. (Photographs.) 
Evening (The) prayer. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hide and seek. (Photographs.) 
Lord's (The) prayer. (Photographs.) 
Night and morning. (Photographs.) 
Picnic (A) party. (Photographs.) 
Scarlet (The) letter. (Photographs.) 
Tired (The) gleaner. (Photographs.) 
Vesper hells. (Photographs.) 
Urqnhart-Lee (Mrs. Mary), Chicago: 

Urquhart-Lee (M.) Parliamentary 
diagram. (Books: 2.) 
Van Arnam (J. M.), Troy, X. Y. : 

Young America. (Photographs.) 
Van Ness (Joseph), East Lexington, 
Mass. : 

Hatfield (C. B.) Designing and cut- 
ting patterns. chap. 14 (contin- 
ued). A closed heel vamp. [Cut- 
tins: and fitting.] (Books: 3.) 
Van Vechten & Ellis, Wausau, Wis. : 

Underwood (M. L.) An American 
mother, and other stories. (Books: 
1.) 
Varley (M.S.), Chicago: 

Yarley (M. S.) Our sailors of the 
Maine. (Books: 2.) 

* Veysey (Arthur Henry), New York: 

Veysey (A. H. ) A pedigree in pawn. 
(Books: 1.) 
*WahT (George), Ann Arbor, Mich. : 

Note hook (A) for the physical labora- 
tory, designed to he used in con- 
nection with Chute's physical 
laboratory manual. (Books:" 2.) 
Walker (George H.) & co., Boston: 

New York. Vest-pocket map. 
(Maps.) 

Roads (The) around Boston. (Maps.) 

* Walrond (Geo. \Y.). Denver, Colo. : 

Walrond ( G. W. ) Astronomical (The) 
chart of birth. (Books: 2.) 

* Walton (John Whittlesey). Cleveland, 

Ohio: 
Walton (J. W.) The Mosaic code as 
viewed from the end of the 19th 
century. (Books: 1.) 
Waring (Vechten), New York: 

Comparative efficiency of United 
States and Spanish navies. 
(Books: 2.) 
Warner (J. H.), Marlboro. Mass. : 

She died on her wedding day. Words 
by Kit-tie F. Smith. Music by J. H. 
Warner. (Music.) 
Wedgefuth (L. C), New York : 

Freedom forever. Words bvF. Smith. 
Music by L. C. Wedgefuth. 
(Music.) 

Wehrmann (Henry), New Orleans, La. : 
Dat graveya'd rabbit. Words by F. 
Stanton. Music by H. Wehrmann. 

(Music.) 



Wehrmann (Henry), New Orleans. La. : 
My big black baby. A coon song. 
Words and music by H. Wehrmann. 
(Music.) 
* Y\ T erner (A. L. ). Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Easter (An) dittv. (Photographs.) 
Werner (Edgar S.), Mt. Vernon, N. Y. : 
" Coming out'" (The) of Miss 
Cummings. Humorous monologue 
for a woman. By Livingston 
Russell. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Western pub. co.. Chicago: 

Pollard (R.S.) Sc Thomas (I). Pol- 
lard's advanced reader. (Books: 1.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Southeastern reporter, v. 28. Per- 
manent ed. Nov. 9, 1897, to Mar. 8, 
1898. [National reporter system, 
State series.] (Books: 1.) 
White-Smitb music pub. co.. Boston : 

Fitzhugh Lee*s march. For piano- 
forte. By E. H. Bailey. (Music.) 
Wickersham (Enoch Callenz), Sterling, 
Kans. : 
Moss Island mill. Maymie so fair. 
Song by Enoch Callenz Wicker- 
sham. (Music.) 
Wickins & co., London : 

Bourree. (La pompadour.) For 
piano. Bv Florence Wickins. 
(Music.) 
Dance of the fireflies. (Tarantelle 
for piano.) By M. C. Wickins. 
(Music.) 
Reverie. (For violin or violoncello 
and piano.) By M. C. Wickins. 
(Music.) 
Wilcox (C. W.), Dallas, Tex. : 

Youths' happy-dream waltz. By 
C. W. Wilcox, op. 19. Piano solo. 
[Easy pieces, no. 4.] (Music.) 
! Wilcox (Ella Wheeler), U. S. : 

Wilcox (E. AY.) Rubbish of speech. 
(Books: 3.) 
i Willard (C.) & co., Olean, N. Y. : 

Sweet Nancy Lee. Words by Will 
W. Lelanci. Music by Harry O. 
Suttou. (Music.) 
Williams (Joseph), London: 

Adieu. Words by Dante Gabriel 
Rossetti. Music by Frederic H. 
Cowen. no. 3. (Music.) 
Duke's (The) moto. Words by Adrian 
Ross. Music by F. Osmond Carr. 
(Music.) 
Golden glories. Words by Christina 
Rossetti. Music by Frederic H. 
Cowen. no. 4. (Music.) 
Nautch (The) girl's song. Words by 
Sir Edwin Arnold. Music by 
Frederic H. Cowen. no. 5. (Music.) 
O skylark ! for thy wing. Words by 
Mre. Hemans. Music by Frederic 
H. Cowen. no. 2. (Music.) 
Peace be around thee. Words by 
Thomas Moore. Music by Frederic 
H. Cowen. no. 1. (Music.) 



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Williams (Joseph), London: 

Zanouba's song. (From the Persian. ) 
Words by Sir Edwin Arnold. Mu- 
sic by Frederic H. Cowen. no. 6. 
(Music.) 
* Williams & Rogers, Rochester, N. Y. : 
Wells (C.R.) Mail pad. The practice 
system of business training and 
bookkeeping. (Books: 2.) 
Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore, Md. : 

Mountain dream. Violin and piano. 
By Julius Zech. (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

I wonder if the old place looks the 
same. Ballad. By J. F. Palmer 
and R. H. Barker. (Music.) 
Kiss my mother, Jack, and say it came 
frorn me. Song and chorus. By 
T. W. Morrisey and Johnnie Carroll. 
(Music.) 
Sister Flossie's bright red hair. Song 
and chorus. By Paul West and Nat. 
D.Mann. (Music.) 
Something must have struck her 
wrong. Song and chorus. By Jes- 
sie Merrilees and Matthew Wood- 
ward. (Music.) 
This wedding can not be. Descrip- 
tive song and chorus. By Harry 
S.Miller. (Music.) 
Union square. March. Two-step. 
By A. C. Kirkham. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston : 

' Koreans (The) . An opera. In 3 acts. 
Words by C E. Cook. Music by 
L. Hosmer. (Music.) 
Life's mystery. Song with piano 
accompaniment. Words by A. W. 
Emerson. Music by L. Hosmer. 
(Music.) 
Scherzo. For pianoforte. Solo. By 
Charles Decker, op. 35. (Music.) 

Woodruff (Edwin H.), Ithaca, N. Y. : 

Woodruff (E. H.) Introduction to 
the study of law. (Books: 1.) 
Woodruff (Geo. H.), New Haven, Conn. : 
Rational (The) fraternal league. 
New Haven, Conn. (Books: 2.) 



York (Chauncey F.), Warriors Mark, Pa. : 

Inward bound. (Prints.) 

Ready for a whole box. (Engrav- 
ings.) 
* Yucca co., Wichita, Kans. : 

First Presbyterian church, Wichita, 

Kans. This is to certify that 

(Books: 2.) 
Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig : 

Concertino. Fiir note mit clavier- 
begleitung. Von Ferdinand Buch- 
ner. op. 40. (Music.) 

Zwanzig klavieretuden. Von Rich- 
ard Kleinmichel. op. 60, no. 1. Al- 
legro, heft 1. (Music.) 

no. 2. Moderato. heft 1. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 3. Allegro moderato. heft 

1. (Music.) 

no. 4. Moderato. heft 1. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 5. Allegretto, heft 1. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 6. Con moto. heft 2. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 7. Veloce. heft 2. (Music.) 

no. 8. Allegro non troppo. heft 

2. (Music.) 

no. 9. Un poco allegretto, heft 

2. (Music.) 

no. 10. Allegro, heft 2. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 11. Allegro non troppo. 

heft 3. (Music.) 

no. 12. Con moto. heftS. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 13. Andaute con moto. heft 

3. (Music. ) 
no. 14. Allegro assai. heft 3. 

(Music.) 

no. 15. Allegro non troppo. 

heft 3. (Music.) 

no. 16. Moderato. heft 4. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 17. Moderato. heft 4. (Mu- 
sic.) 

no. 18. Un poco allegro, heft 

4. (Music.) 

no. 19. Vivo, heft 4. (Music.) 

no. 20. Con moto energioo. 

heft 4. (Music.) 



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TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
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Vol. 13, no. 4. 
Whole lao. 356— may 4, 1898. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 247 

(2) Miscellaneous 256 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 201 
II.' Dramatic Compositions 265 

III. Periodicals 265 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions op Music 274 

V. Maps and Charts 292 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 293 



Page. 

.. 297 



VII. Chromos and Lithographs 

VIII. Photographs 298 

IX. Fixe Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawingB, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as works o( the One 
arts) 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING V V I B . 
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EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.'] 



I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



IV. Musical 



Authors. 

Alden (Caroline S.), joint author with 
Weeks (Eugene 13.) Spiritual meaning 
of biblical words. 1898. 

American (The) and English encyclo- 
paedia of law. Edited by David S. 
Garland and Lucius P. McGehee, under 
the supervision of James Cockcroft. 2d 
ed. v. 7. Northport, N. Y., and London, 
E. Thompson co., 1898. 4°. cop. (1898, 
no. 26158, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28, 1898. ) 1 

Copyright by Edward Thompson co., 
Northport, L.I.,N.Y. 

Appleton'stown and country library, 
no. 240. Eoss (Clinton). A trooper 
of the empress. 1898. 

Arnold (Sarah Louise) and Gilbert 
(Charles B.) Stepping stones to liter- 
ature; a reader for the seventh grades. 
New York, Boston [etc.], Silver, Bur- 
dett & co., [1898.] xviii, 302 pp. illus. 
12°. cop. (1898, no. 26014, Apr. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 2 

Copyright by Silver, Burdette & co., 
Boston. 

*Athey (Henry) and Bowers (A. Herbert) 
With gyves of gold. A novel. New 
York, G. W. Dillingham co. 1898. 274 
pp. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 15352, Mar. 
4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 15, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by H. Athey and A. H. 
Bowers, St. Louis, Mo. 

Balzac (Honore de) Honore" de Balzac, 
Completely translated. [Ed. defini- 
tive. ) Philadelphia, G. Barrie & son. 
8°. Lost illusions [tr.] by G.B.Ives. 
With . . . etchings . . . after A. Mo- 
reau. 1898. 2v. (ConnSdie humaine, 
v. 30-31; scenes of provincial life, v. 
8-9.) Double set of plates. (1898, 
nos. 27 J 02-27103, Apr. 30. 2 copies 
each rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 4-5 

Copyright by G, Barrie & son, Phil- 
adelphia. 



Authors — Continued. 

Blossom stories. Prose and verse for 
boys and girls. [Anon.] Boston, Lo- 
throppub.co., [1898.] [64 pp.] illus. 
4°. cop. (Childhood series.) (1898, 
no. 26831, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) 6 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Bowers (A. Herbert), joint author with 
Athey (Henry) With gyves of gold. 

1898. 

Boyd's Philadelphia blue book . . . for 
the year ending Mar., 1899. . . . Phila- 
delphia, C. E. Howe co., 1898. port. 
12°. cop. (1898, no. 26286, Apr. 27. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by C. E. Boyd, Philadel- 
phia. 

Braddon (Mary Elizabeth) See [Max- 
well], M[ary] E[lizabeth] Braddon. 

Brewster (Frances Stanton) Song sto- 
ries for children. New York, Cincin- 
nati, [etc.] American book co., [1898. ] 
83pp. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 6534, Jan. 
19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, L898.) 8 

Copyright by American book CO., 
New York. 

Brigham (S.J.) The pleasant land of 
play. Illustrated bv Mary A. Lathbury. 
Boston, Estes & Lauriat, [1898.] 151 
PI), illus. 12 . cop. (1898, no. 26759, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 18 
Copyright by Estes & Lauriat, Bos- 
ton. 

| Brintley (F., ed.)] Japan. Bee. 11. 
[anon.] Boston, J. B. Millet co.. 
illus. pi. t'ol. cop. (1898, no. 26004, 
Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27. L898.1 

Copyright byJ. B. Millet oo., Boston. 

217 



248 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Brooks (Elbridge S[treeter]) A son of 
the revolution . . . Illustrated by F. T. 
Merrill. Boston and Chicago, W. A. 
Wilde & co., [1898.] 301 pp. pi. 12°. 
cop. (1898, no. 23691, Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 11 

Copyright by W. A. Wilde & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Brumbaugh (Martin G.) Geography of 
Pennsylvania. [New York, Cincinnati, 
etc.], American book co., 1898. 16 pp. 
illus. map. fol. cop. No title-page. 
(1898, no. 23600, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 

* Burns (Robert) and Dunlop (Frances 
A. W.), (Mrs. John Dunlop) Corre- 
spondence, now published in full for 
the first time. With elucidations by 
W. Wallace. New York, Dodd, Mead & 
co., 1898. 2v. port. 12°. cop. (1898. 
nos. 19097-19098, Mar. 22. v. 1, 2 
copies (cloth) rec'd Mar. 23, 1898, and 
2 copies (bound) rec'd Apr. 11, 1898; 
v. 2, 2 copies (bound) rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 13-14 

Copyright by R. B. Adam, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Burt (Mary E [lien]) and Ragozin (Zen- 
aide A.) Odysseus, the hero of Ithaca, 
Adapted from the third book of the 
primary school of Athens, Greece. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1898. xvii, 
223 pp. pi. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 26690, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

15 
Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 

Cambria iron co. Cambria steel. A hand- 
book of information relating to struc- 
tural steel. Manufactured by the Cam- 
bria iron co. . . . [4th ed.] [Philadel- 
phia, MacCalla & co.]. 1898. xii, 350 
pp. illus. 16°. cop. (1898, no. 21793, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 16 
Copyright by Cambria iron co., Johns- 
town, Pa. 

Childhood days. Verses and stories for 
the little ones, [anon.] Boston, Lo- 
throppub. co., [1898.] [64 pp.] illus., 
4°. cop. (Childhood series.) (1898, 
no. 26832, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. ! 
29,1898.) F 17 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Childhood series. 

Blossom stories, [anon. 1898.] 
Childhood days. [anon. 1898.] 
Christmas greeting, [anon. 1898.] 
Little friends, [anon. 1898.] 
Out of doors, [anon. 1898.] 
Seashore chats, [anon. 1898.] 



Authors— Continued. 

Christmas greeting in prose and verse for 
all good children, [anon.] Boston, 
Lothrop pub. co., [1898.] [64 pp.] 
illus. 4°. cop. (Childhood series.) 
(1898, no. 26836, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Cicero (Marcus Tullius) Cicero's de- 
fence of Roscius. Literally translated 
by C. D. Yonge, with an introduction 
by E. Brooks, jr. Philadelphia, D. 
McKay, [1898.] 72 pp. 16°. cop. 
(Pocket literal translations of the clas- 
sics.) (1898, no. 17728, Mar. 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 19 
Copyright by David McKay, Phila- 
delphia. 

Clements (Frederic E. ) See Pound (Ros- 
coe) and Clements (Frederic E.) The 
photogeography of Nebraska. 1. Gen- 
eral survey. 

Cockcroft (James) and Garland (David 
S.) and McGehee (James), ed. The 
American and English encyclopaedia of 
law. v. 7. 1898. 

Connolly (A[lonzo] P.) The nineteenth 
century ; containing 101 calendars from 
1800 to 1900, inclusive, with historical 
and important events of each year. 2d 
ed. Chicago, 1898. [741. unpag.] port. 
12°. cop. (1898, no. 12110, Feb. 17. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 20 

Copyright by A. P. Connolly, Chi- 
cago. 

Coxey (Willard Douglas) Tales by the 
way. A little book of odd stories. Chi- 
cago, 1898. 75 pp. 12°. cop. 

Contents: 
The village coward. 
Col. Edgerly's legacy. 
A circus episode. 
An aboriginal coquette. 
The Lost creek claim. 
A masquerade. (1898, no. 19343, Mar. 
24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 21 
Copyright by W. D. Coxey, Chicago. 

Cravens (Frances) The story of Lincoln. 
For children. Bloomington, 111., Pub- 
lic school pub. co., 1898. 117pp. illus. 
16°. cop. (1898, no. 23367, Apr. 13. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 22 

Copyright by Public school pub. co., 
Bloomington, 111. 

Crown series. 
No. 46a, See Sienkiewicz (Henryk). 
Hania. 1897. 

Curtin (Jeremiah, tr). 
See Sienkiewicz (Henryk). Hania. 
1897. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Davey (Vernon L.) Geography of New 
Jersey. (In Brumbaugh, Martin G. 
Geography of Pennsylvania. [New 
York, Cincinnati, etc.] 1898. pp. 
10-16.) (1898, no. 23602, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 23 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 

Davis (William), 1872. i.e. 1872— ? Job 
and other poems. Norfolk, Va., W. T. 
Barron & co., 1898. title, 110 pp. 12°. 
cop. (1898, no. 21997, Apr. 6. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) ' 24 

Copyright by W. N. Davis, Louis- 
burg, N.C.' 

* Dodge (Charles Crocker), and Tuttle 
(Hiram Austin) Latin prose compo- 
sition. Based on Caesar, Nepos, and 
Cicero. 12°. New York, American 
book co., [n.d.] (1897, no. 58310, Oct. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 25 
Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 

Dole (Nathan Haskell) Joseph Jeffer- 
son at home. Boston, Estes & Lauriat, 
1898. 110 pp. illus. 8°. cop. (1898, 
no. 17767, Mar. 16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
26,1898.) 26 f 

Copyright by Estes & Lauriat, ; 
Boston. 

Dowie (Menie Muriel) See Norman, 
Menie Muriel Dowie. 

Dunlop (Frances Anna Wallace), (Mrs. 
John Dunlop) with Burns (Robert). 
Correspondence. 1898. 

Egan (Maurice Francis) Songs and 
sonnets, and other poems. New, enl. 
ed. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
Benziger bros., 1898. 220 pp. port. 
16°. cop. (1898, no. 27040, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 27 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 

The federal reporter, v. 84. Cases argued 
and determined in the circuit courts 
of appeals and circuit and district 
courts of the United States . . . Feb,- 
Mar., 1898 . . . (Permanent ed.) St. 
Paul, West pub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 
(National reporter system, United 
States series.) (1898, no. 24359, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 28 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Flitcraft (A[llen] J.) Life insurance 
manual . . . Application, agreements, 
and complete policy forms of forty one 
life insurance companies in the United 
States . . . 11th annual ed., Mar., 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Flitcraft (A [lien] J.) — Continued. 

Oak Park, 111., A. J. Flitcraft, [1898.] 

16°. cop. (1898, no. 26031, Apr. 26. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 29 

Copyright by A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 

Park, 111. 

Frederic (Harold) The deserter and 
other stories. A book of two wars. 
With illustrations by Merrill, Sand- 
ham, G. Gaul, and G. F. Barnes. Bos- 
ton, Lothroppub. co., [1898.] v, 401pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. cop. 

Contents: 
The deserter. 
A day in the wilderness. 
How Dickon came by his name. 
Where Avon into Severn flows. (1898, 
no. 26277, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27,1898.) 30 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Fulton (Chandos) An unusual husband. 
New York and London, F. T. Neelv, 
1898. 318 pp. 12°. cop. (Neely's 
popular library, no. 113.) (1898, no. 
7752, Jan. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 
1898.) 31 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 

Gallaher (James E.), ed. Representative 
deaf persons of the United States of 
America; containing portraits and char- 
acter sketches of prominent deaf per- 
sons . . . who are engaged in the high- 
er pursuits of life. Chicago, J. E. Gal- 
laher, [1898.] 224 pp. illus. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 26579, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by J. E. Gallaher, Chicago. 

Garland (David S.), joint editor with 
Cockcroft (James) and McGehee (Lu- 
cius P.) The American and English 
encyclopaedia of law. v. 7. 1898. 

Gilbert (Charles B.) joint author with 
Arnold (Sarah L.) Stepping stones to 
literature. [1898.] 

Giles (Marie Florence.) Her game of con- 
sequences; or. The cud of the journey. 
London and New York. V. T. Neely. 
[1898.] 216 pp. 12°. cop. (Neely's 
popular library, no. Llo.) (1898, no. 
22621, Apr. 9. * 2 conies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 33 

Copyright by V. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 

Globe commercial agency, Davenport, 
Iowa. The globe credit -rating book, 
no. 31. The business men's credit 
guide . . . Kossuth. VVinuebago, and 
Hancock counties, Iowa. Davenport, 



250 

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Authors — Continued. 

Globe commercial agency — Continued. 

Iowa, Globe commercial agency, 1898. 

4°. cop. (1898, no. 18653, Mar. 31. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by Globe commercial 

agency, Davenport, Iowa. 

Heine (Heinrich) Pictures of travel. 
Translated by C. G. Leland, with a 
critical and biographical introduction 
by C. H. Genung . . . New York, D. 
Appleton&co.,1898. xxi, 389pp. port, 
facsim. 8 C . cop. (The world's great 
books.) (1898, no. 26017, Apr. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 35 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

Hobart (Mary E.) The secret of the 
Rothschilds. Chicago, C. H. Kerr & 
co., 1898. 89 pp. 16°. cop. (1898, 
no. 14756, Mar. 2. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 36 

Copyright by M. E. Hobart, New 
Whatcom, Wash. 

Hodge (Mrs. J. Aspinwall, comp.) The 
palm branch; the gospel in song for 
young children at home and in the 
Sunday school. With an introduction 
by A. F. Schauffler. Boston and Chi- 
cago, W. A. Wilde & co., 1898. 112 pp. 
illus. 8°. cop. With music. (1898, 
no. 23692, Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 37 

Copyright by W. A. Wilde & co., 
Boston, 

Hofmann (E[duard] von) Atlas of legal 
medicine; authorized translation from 
the German. [By A. O. J. Kelly.] Ed- 
ited by F. Peterson, assisted by A. O. J. 
Kelly. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 
1898. 12 pp. [791. with 193 fig.] cop. i 
(Saunders' medical hand atlases.) j 
(1898, no. 20905, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr, 26, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- j 
delphia. 

Hollis (Andrew Phillip) The contribu- ! 
tion of the Oswego normal school to 
educational progress in the United 
States. [Memorialed.] Boston, D. C. i 
Heath & co., 1898. vii, 5-160 pp. port. ! 
12°. cop. (1898, no. 26768, Apr. 29. 2' 
copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 39 

Copyright by D. C. Heath & co., 
Boston. 

* Hoskyn ( Robert P. ) The elective frah- j 
chise in Minnesota and citizenship by I 
naturalization . . . [Minneapolis.] ! 
1898. 20 pp. 16°. cop. (1898, no. 17351, j 
Mar. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1898.) 

40 
Copyright by R. P. Hoskyn, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 



Authors — Continued. 

Houstou (Edwin J[ames]) and Kennelly 
(Arthur E.) Electricity made easy by 
simple language and copious illustra- 
tion. New York, Amer. technical bk. 
co., 1898. 348 pp. illus. 12°. cop. 
(1898, no. 26023, Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by E. J. Houston and A. E. 
Kennelly, IT. S. 

Howe (C. E.) co., pub. See Boyd's Phila- 
delphia blue book for the year ending 
March, 1899. 

Howell (George Rogers) Noah's log- 
book. How two Americans blasted the 
ice on Mount Ararat and found Noah's 
ark and some curious relics. New York 
and London, F. T. Neely., 1898. ix, 
345 pp. 12°. cop. (Neely's imperial 
library, no. 11.) (1898, no. 10255, Feb. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 

Hntton (Laurence) A boy I knew and 
four dogs. New York and London, 
Harper & bros., 1898. x, 87 pp. pi. 
8°. cop. (1898, no. 3796, Jan. 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 43 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Illinois. Supreme Court. Reports of 
cases at law and in chancery argued 
and determined in the suijreme court 
of Illinois, v. 170 . . . 1. N. Phillips, 
reporter. Springfield, 1898. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 24280, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Isaac Newton Phillips, 
Springfield, 111. 

International (The) correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. An elementary 
treatise on plumbing, heating, and ven- 
tilation . . . lsted. Scranton, Colliery 
engineer co., 1897. 6 v. 8° & obi. 4°. cop. 

Contents: 
v.l. Arithmetic, mensuration, mechan- 
ics. 
v. 2. Plumbing and drainage, gas and 
gas fitting, electric-light wiring and 
bell work, 
v. 3. Principles of heating and ventila- 
tion, steam heating, hot- water heat- 
ing, furnace heating, ventilation of 
buildings, 
v. 4. Mechanical drawing, 
v. 5. Tables and formulas. 
v. 6. Answers to questions. (1897, nos. 
56689-56694, Oct. 7. 2 copies each 
rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 45-50 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Iribas (Juan L., tr.) 

[Maxwell] M[ary] E. B. Lucia, 1898. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Ives (G[eorge] Burnham, tr.) 

Balzac, Honore de. Lost illusions, 1898. 
Japan. See [Brinkley, F., ed.] 
The John Rung prize series. 

Schuette (Walter E.). Her place as- 
signed. [1898.] 
Stump (Adam). The secret of the 
canon. [1898.] 

[Kaler] (James Otis) With Warren at 
Bunker Hill. A story of the siege of 
Boston ... By James Otis, [pseud.] 
Illustrations by J. W. Davis. New 
York, A. L. Burt, [1898.] iv, [1 1.], 338 
pp. pi. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 24277. 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

51 
Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 

Kelly (Aloysius O. J.), tr. and joint edi- 
tor with Peterson (Frederick). Hof- 
mann (E[duard] von). Atlas of legal 
medicine. 1898. 

Kennelly (Arthur E.), joint author with 
Houston (Edwin J.) Electricity made 
easy . . . 1898. 

Kidd (Benjamin) Social evolution. New 
ed. rev., with additions. New York and 
London, Macmillan co., 1898. ix, 404 pp. 
12°. cop. (1898, no. 26136, Apr. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 52 

Copyright by Macmillan co., New 
York. 

Kirk (Ellen [Warner] Olney) A revolu- 
tionary love story and, the high steeple 
of St. Chrysostom's. Chicago and 
New York, H. S. Stone & co. 1898. 2 
p.l. 255 pp. 16°. cop. (1898, no. 
26830, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 53 

Copyright by Mrs. E. O. Kirk, Phila- 
delphia. 

*Kirkman (Marshall M) Train service. 
The science of railways. Rev. and 
enl. ed., 1898. b. 4. 12°. New York, 
World railway pub. co., [n. d.] (1896, 
no. 22117, Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
28,1898.) 54 

Copyright by World railway pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Kletzing (E [liner] L.) Joiut author with 
Kletzing (H[enry] F.) Traits of char- 
acter. 1898. 

Kletzing (H[enry] F.) and Kletzing 
(E[lmer] L.) Traits of character illus- 
trated in Bible light, together with 
short sketches of marked and marred 
manhood and womanhood. Naper- 
ville, 111., Kletzing bros., 1898. 1 p.l. 
371 pp. Illus. 8°. cop. (189S, no. 
21153. Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 55 

Copyright by II. F. Kletzing, Naper- 
ville, 111. 



Author 8 — Continued. 

* Knowles (Archibald Campbell) Turn- 
ing points. (1898, no. 18635, Mar. 21 . 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by A. C. Knowles, Phila- 
delphia. 

Lander (Harry) Lucky Bargee. New 
York, D.Appleton & co., 1898. 3 p. 1. 
138 pp. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 25585, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

57 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 

Leland (Charles Godfrey, tr.) Heine 
Heinrich. Pictures of travel. 1898. 

Lincoln (Abraham) Early speeches; 
Springfield speech; Cooper Union 
speech; inaugural addresses; Gettys- 
burg address; selected letters; Lin- 
coln's lost speech. New York, Double- 
day & McClure co., 1898. xiii, 167 pp. 
port. 18°. cop. (Little masterpieces.) 
(1898, no. 26756, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 

Little friends and little stories for their 
amusement, [anon.] Boston, Lothrop 
pub. co., [1898.] [64 pp.] Illus. 4-. 
cop. (Childhood series.) (1898, no. 
26834, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
29,1998.) 59 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 
Little masterpieces. Edited by Bliss 
Perry. 
Lincoln (Abraham). Early speeches 
[etc.], 1898. 

McCulloch (Samuel J.) Missouri statute 
annotations, embracing construction 
and derivation . . . (for use with the 
revised statutes of 1889 and 1899), 
together with notes on the constitution 
and references to the new acts and 
amendments in the session laws of 
1891-1897. Kansas City, Mo., by the 
compiler, 1898. vii,436 pp. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 22545, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by S.J. McCulloch. Kan 
sas City, Mo. 

McGehee (Lnciua P.), joint editor with 
Cockcrofl (James) and Garland (Da\ id 
S.) TheAmerioan and English ency- 
clopaedia of law. v. 7. 1898. 

Maekey (Albert Gallatin). The history 
of free masonry; with the history of its 
introduction and progr< ss in the United 
stales; the history of the symbols of 
free masonry and the history of the A. 
A.Scottish rite, By w. R, Singleton. 
v. l. pi. i :>. New \ oik. rhe Masonic 



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[Merrill (J. A.)] On the anxious seat . . . 
By Morris Redwing, [pseud.] Chicago, 
Laird & Lee., 1898. 197 pp. illus. 12°. 
cop. (Pinkerton detective series, no. 7.) 
(1898, no. 26838, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by William H. Lee, Chi- 



Nansen, Fridtjof. Farthest north ; being 
the record of a voyage of exploration of 
the ship "Fram," 1893-96, and of a fif- 
teen months' sleigh journey by Dr. Nan- 
sen and Lieut. Johansen, with an ap- 
pendix by Otto Sverdrup . . . Popu- 
lar ed. New York and London. Harper 
& bros., 1898. vii, 679 pp. illus. pi. 
port. map. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 19300, 
Mar. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

68 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

National reporter system. United States 
series. The federal reporter, v. 84. 

1898. 

The New York supplement, v. 49. 



Authors — Continued. 

Mackev (Albeit Gallatin) — Continued, 
history co., [1898.] 3pts. pi. port. 4°. 
cop. (1898, no. 26292-94. Apr. 27. 2 cop- 
ies each rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 61-63 
Copyright by The Masonic history 
co. of New York. 

Marbourg (Dolores) The soul of a wo- 
man. Translated into German by M. i 
Brawn. London and New York, F. T. 
Neely, [1898.] 219 pp. 12°. cop. I 
(Neelv's continental library, no. 10.) ! 
(1898*no. 22618, Apr. 9. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 64 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. 
Massachusetts reports 169. Cases ar- 
gued and determined in the Supreme ju- 
dicial court of Massachusetts, June, 
1897-November, 1897. George F. Tuck- 
er, reporter. Boston, Little, Brown & 
co. 1898. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 22115, Apr. 
7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 

[Maxwell], M[ary] E[lizabeth] Braddon. 
Lucia; novela escrita en ingles. Por 
la Sefiorita M. E. Braddon. Traducida 
al espanol por J. L. Iribas. Nueva 
York, D. Appleton y cia., 1898. 216 pp. 
12°. cop. (1898. no. 16162, Mar. 11. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 66 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 



Authors — Continued. 

Neely's continental library, 
no. 10. Marbourg, Dolores. The soul 
of a woman, [1898]. 

Neely's imperial library. 

no. 11. Howell, George R. Noah's 
log book. 1898. 

Neely's popular library. 

no. 113. Fulton, Chandos. An unusual 
husband, 1898. 

no.115. Giles, Marie F. Her game 

of consequences, [1898]. 

New York (The) supplement, v. 49 (New 
York state reporter, v. 83), containing 
the decisions of the supreme and lower 
courts of record of New York state. 
Permanent ed. Feb. 10-Mar. 24, 1898 
... A table of statutes construed is 
given in the index. St. Paul and 
Albany, West pub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 
(National reporter system.) (1898, no. 
23176, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 
1898.) 69 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Norman, Menie Muriel Dowie. The 
crook of the bough. By Menie Muriel 
Dowie. New York, C. Scribners sons, 
1898. Title, 305pp. 12°. cop. (1898, 
no. 26742, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30, 1898.) 70 

Copyright by C. Scribner's sons, New 
York. 



Norton, Ichabod. Orderly book of Capt. 
Ichabod Norton ... of Connecticut 
troops ... in 1776 at Skeensborough 
(now Whitehall), Fort Ann and Ticon- 
deroga, N. Y., and at Mount Independ- 
dence, Vt. . . . With an introduction 
by R. O. Bascom . . . Fort Edward, 
N. Y., Keating & Barnard, 1898. Title, 
64 pp. 8°. cop. (1898, no. 26460, Apr. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 71 
Copyright by Keating & Barnard 
pub. co., of Fort Edward, N. Y. 

Otis (James, [pseud.]) See [Kaler], 
(James Otis) 

Out of doors; tales of our own and other 
lands [anon.] Boston Lothrop pub. 
co., [1898.] [64pp.] illus. 4°. cop. 
(childhood series.) (1898, no. 26833, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

72 
Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., 
Boston. 

Parker (Joseph) Among the Christians, 
Chaps. 1 and 11. New York and Boston. 
T. Y. Crowell & co., [1898.] 23 1. pag. 
8°. cop. (1898, no. 26001, Apr. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by J. Parker, London. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Perry (Bliss, ed.) See Little master- 
pieces. 

* Peters (John A.) Two odd girls; or, 

Douglas Rock's secret. New York, G. 
W. Dillingham co, 1898. 529 pp. 12°. 
cop. (1898, no. 11834, Feb. 16. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 13, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by J. A. Peters, Sharon 
Springs, N. Y. 

Peterson (Frederick) and Kelly (Aloysius 

0. J.)ed. 

Hofmann E[dnard] von. Atlas of* legal 
medicine. 1898. 

Philadelphia blue book. See Boyd's 
Philadelphia bine book. 

* Philips (Melville) The senator's wife. 

Being a tale of Washington life. 16°. 
New York, F. Tennyson Needy, [n.d.] 
(1897, no. 60681. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 28, 
1898.) 75 

Copyright by F. T. Neely, New York. 

Phillips (Isaac Newton, reporter). 

Illinois supreme court. Reports of 
cases, v. 170. 1898. 

Pinkerton detective series, 
no. 7. [Merrill, J. A.] On the anxious 
seat. By Morris Redwing [pseud.] 
1898. 

Pocket literal translations of the classics. 
Cicero (Marcus T.) Cicero's defense 
of Roscius. [1898.] 

* Pound (Roscoe) and Clements (Frederic 

E. ) The phytogeography of Nebraska. 

1. General survey. 8°. Lincoln, Nebr., 
Jacob North & co., 1898. (1898, no. 
12277, Feb. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 
1898.) 76 

Copyright by R. Pound and F. E. 
Clements, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Pritchard (Polly Ann) Pritchard's choice 
dialogues, no. 2. For school and pub- 
lic entertainments. Chicago, A. Flana- 
gan, [1898]. 2 p. 1. 128 pp. 12°. 
cop. (The Teachers' helper, v. 4. 
no. 9.) (1898, no. 26837, Apr. 29. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 77 

Copyright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 

Ragozin (Zenafde A.), joint author with 
Burt (Mary E.). Odysseus, the hero of 
Ithaca, 1898. 

Rand, McNally & co. Woodward & Tier- 
nan's Texas edition of the Rand-Mc- 
Nally elementary geography. . . . St. 
Louis. Woodward & Tiernan printing 
co., 1898. 152, 4 pp. illus. 8°. cop. 
(1898, no. 26274, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25,1898.) 78 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 






Authors — Continued. 

Rand, McNally & co. Woodward & Tier- 
nan's Texas edition of the Rand-Me- 
Nally grammar school geography. St. 
Louis, Woodward & Tiernan printing 
co., 1898. 182 pp. illus. fol. cop. 
(1898, no. 26275, Apr. 27. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 79 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

Redwing (Morris, pseud.) See [Merrill, 

(J. A.)] 

Riley (James Whitcomb) [The works 
of James Whitcomb Riley; v. 6.] New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1898. 12-. 
cop. 

Contents : 
v. 6. Poems and prose sketches. The 
flying islands of the night. (1898, 
no. 27038, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 80 

Copyright by James Whitcomb Riley, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Robins (E. P., tr.) 

Be vie, Marie Henri. Red and black, 

1898. 

*Rollin (Horace J.) Yotta Segal. New 

York, G. W. Dillingham co., 1898. 174 

pp. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 16196. Mar. 9. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898. ) 81 

Copyright by Horace J. Roll in, Piqua, 

Ohio. 

Ross (Clinton) A trooper of the empress. 
New York, D. Appleton & co., 1898. ix, 
224 pp. 12°. cop. (Appleton's town 
and country library, no. 240.) (1898, 
no. 10788, Feb. 10. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27,1898.) 82 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co.. New 
York. 

* Rossi (L. Melano) " The Savoy "pri\ arc 
tours managed by L. Melano Rossi . . . 
Winter party, 1897-98; peninsular and 
oriental tour ... [n. p.] 1898. 128 
pp. 16°. cop. (1897, no. 10618. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 19. 1898.1 
Copyright by L. Melano Rossi. Bos- 
ton. 

Sanudcrs' medical hand-atlases. 
Hoimann(E[duard] von) Atlas of legal 
medicine, 1898. 

Schmidt (E.) Brewery architects and 
engineers' handbook. A collection of 
tables, rules, and sketches, giving 
and formulas in their relative propor- 
tions for the equipment of u 
Amerioan breweries, v. 1, ( 1 
L898. obi. 12 . cop. lUne prints. 
(1898, no. 22126, Apr. 7. 2 i 0] 
A.pr.25, L898.) 
Copyright by B. Sohraidt, Chicago, 



254 

BOOKS (PKOPEK)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Schuette (Walter E.) Her place assigned. 
A story for older Sunday-school 
scholars. Philadelphia. Lutheran pub. 
society, [1898.] 418 pp. 12 c . cop. 
(The John Rung prize series.) (1898, 
no. 25769, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
26, 1898.) 85 

Copyright by Lutheran pub. society. 
Philadelphia. 

Seashore chats; talks and tales about all 
sorts of things [anon.] Boston. Loth- 
rop pub. co., [1898.] [61 pp.] illus. 
8°. cop. (Childhood series.) (1898, 
no. 26835, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) ^6 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

* Select formulas and practical prescrip- 

tions by eminent physicians and spe- 
cialists of England, France, Germany, 
and America. (1898, no. 15406,* Mar. 4 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1898.) 87 

Copyright by Robert Miller, Guthrie, 
Okla. 

Shaler (Nathaniel Southgate) Outlines 
of the earth's history; a popular study 
in physiography . . . Xew York, D. 
Appleton & co., 1898. vii, 417 pp. il- 
lus. pi. 8 C . cop. (1898, no. 18946, 
Mar. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

88 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., Xew 
York. 

* Shaw ([George] Bernard) Plays; pleas- 

ant and unpleasant, the first volume 
containing the three unpleasant plays. 
Chicago and New York, H. S. Stone <fc 
co., 1898. port. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 
24271, Apr. 18. 1 copy rec'd Apr. 21 and 

1 copy rec'd May 3, 1898.) 89 
Copyright by H. S. Stone & co., Chi- 
cago. 

Sienkiewiez (Henryk) Hania. Trans- 
lated from the Polish by Jeremiah Cur- 
tin. New York, G. Munro's sons, 1897. 
167 pp. 12°. cop. (Crown series, 
no. 46a.) (1898, no. 25363, Apr. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 90 

Copyright by J. Curtin, Bristol, Vt. 

Skelton (Sir John) Charles I. London, 
Paris [etc.], Goupil & co., J. Boussod, 
Manzi, Joyant & co., successors, 1898. 

2 v. pi. port, facsim. fol. cop. (1898. 
nos. 23582, 23583, Apr. 14. 2 copies each 
rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 91-92 

Copyright by J. Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 

Stendhal (De) pseud. See Beyle, Marie 
Henri. 



Authors — Continued. 

Stern (Herman I. ) The gods of our fath- 
ers. A study of Saxon mythology. Xew 
York andLoncb n, Harper & bros.. 1898. 
xxviii, [1], 268, [1] pp. 12 3 .' cop. 
(1898, no. 6389, Jan. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 93 

Copyright by Harper & bros., Xew 
York. 

* Stern bros. Fashion catalogue. Spring 

and summer. 1898. no. 92. (1898. no. 

18959. Mar. 22. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 26, 

1898.) 94 

Copyright by Stern bros., Xew York. 

Stump (Adam) The secret of the cation. 
Philadelphia. Lutheran pub. soc, 
[1898] 347 pp. 12° cop. (The John 
Rung prize series.) (1898, no. 25768, 
Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd .Apr. 26, 1898.) 

95 
Copyright by Lutheran pub. society, 
Philadelphia. 

Sullivan (Frances P., comp.) Standard 
recitations by best authors. A choice 
collection of beautiful compositions 
. . . Issued quarterly. Mar.. 1898. 
(no. 47.) New York, M. J. I vers & co., 
1898. 48 pp. 8-. cop. (1898, no. 
13616. Feb. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 96 

Copyright by M. J. Iyers & co., Xew 
York. 

Sullivan (T[homas] RTussell]). Ars et 
vita, and other stories. Xew York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1898. 5p.l. 302 pp. pi. 
12°. cop. 

Contents : 
Ars et vita. 

The phantom governess. 
The madonna that is childless. 
An undiscovered murder. 
The whirligig 
Signor Lanzi, 
" Corraterie." (1898. no. 26757, Apr. 29. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
Xew York. 

The teachers' helper. 

v. 4. no. 9. Pritchard (Polly A.) Pritch- 
ard's choice dialogues, no. 2. [1898.] 

Trickett (William). The law of boroughs 
in Pennsylvania. Including the rights 
and duties of borough officers, v. 2. 
1893-1898. Philadelphia, T. & J. W. 
Johnson & co., 1898. 8°. cop. (1898, 
no. 26316. Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27.1898.) 98 

Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson, 
Philadelphia. 

Tucker (George Fox, reporter). Massa- 
chusetts. Supreme judicial court. 
Massachusetts reports 169. 1898. 



255 

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Authors — Continued. 

Tapper (Kerr Boyce). Gladstone and 

other addresses. Philadelphia, Amer. 

Bapt. pub. soc, [1898.] 4 p. 1. 266 pp. 

12°. cop. 

Contents: 

William Ewart Gladstone; John Knox; 
Baptists and literature; The theme 
of the Christian ministry; Immigra- 
tion and Christianity ; The supreme 
mission of Baptists; Martin Luther. 
(1898, no. 19147, Mar. 23. 1 copv rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898, and 1 copy rec'd Apr. 27, 
1898.) 99 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
society, Philadelphia. 

Tuttle (Hiram Austin). See Dodge 
(Charles Crocker) and Tuttle (Hiram 
Austin). Latin prose composition. 

* United States reports, v. 169, pt. 2. 
Semi-monthly, Feb. 1, 1898. pp. 193 to 
384. Cases adjudged in the supreme 
court, J. C. Bancroft Davis, reporter. 
8°. New York, Banks & bros., 1898. 
(1898,no. 19559, Mar. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 25, 1898.) 100 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 

Vaile (Charlotte M.) The M.M. C; a 
story of the great Rockies. Illustrated 
by S. Gallagher. Boston and Chicago, 
W. A. Wilde & co., [1898.] 232 pp. 
pi. 12°. cop. (1898, no. 23690, Apr. 
14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 101 
Copyright by W. A. Wilde & co., 
Boston. 

Very (Lydia L[ouisa] A[nna]). Sylph; 
or the organ-grinder's daughter. Illus- 
trations by the author. Boston, J. H. 
Earle, 1898. 1 p. 1. 107 pp. pi. 12°. 
cop. (1898, no. 26580, Apr. 28. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) ' 102 

Copyright by L. L. A. Very, Salem, 
Mass. 



Authors — Continued. 

Wallace (William, ed.) 

Burns (Robert) and Dunlop, (Frances 
A. W. ) (Mrs. John Dunlop). Corre- 
spondence. 1898. 

Weeks (Eugene B.) and Alden (Caro- 
line S.) Spiritual meaning of Biblical 
words. Chicago, The school of Christ, 
1898. [214 pp.] 16°. cop. (1898, no. 
23426, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 103 

Coj>yright by E. B. Weeks, Chicago. 

Westbrook (Robert S.) History of the 
49th Pennsylvania volunteers. A cor- 
rectly compiled roll of the members of 
the regiment and its marches from 1861 
to 1865. Altoona, Pa. [Altoona Times 
print.] 1897. 272 pp. [1 1.] pi. 
port. 4°. cop. (1897, no. 15170. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 104 

Copyright by R. S. Westbrook, Al- 
toona, Pa. 



White (Gilbert) The natural history 
of Selborne; with a critical and bio- 
graphical introduction. By G. H. Ell- 
wanger . . . New York, D. Appleton & 
co., 1898. xx, [11.] 381 pp. pi. facsim. 
8°. cop. (The world's great books.) 
(1898, no. 26276, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 105 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

The world's great books. 

Heine (Heiurich) Pictures of travel. 
1898. White (Gilbert) The natural 
history of Selborne. 



Yonge (C[harles] D[uke] Tr.) Cicero, 
Marcus T. Cicero's defence of Rose i us, 
[1898]. 



256 



I. BOOKS— (2.) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term " Books." according to the copyright law, and arranged alphahetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles— Continued. 



Acetylene light and Bournonville gen- 
erators. (1898, no. 27050, Apr. 30. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by J. M. Goldbachsr. Xew 
York. 

Adapted illustrations and other tables. 
1898. Five per cent gold bond policies 
and special income life policies. C1898, 
no. 26466, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 2 

Copyright by Win, P. Stewart. New 
York. 

Adapted illustrations for various forms 
of policies 1898. [Instructor's series. 
Book no. 1.] Insert C. (1898, no. 26468, 
Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

3 

Copyright by Win. P. Stewart, New 

York. 

Adapted illustrations for income life 

endowments, with fixed contingent 

additions. [Instructor's series. Book 

no.l.] Insert D. (1898, no. 26467, Apr. 

28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 4 
Copyright bv Wm. P. Stewart, New 

York. 

Advisory rates of Clarinda, Pagecountv, 

Iowa. v.80. (1898, no. 26847, Apr. 29. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 5 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

Corvdon, Wayne county, Iowa. v. 

97. (1898. no. 26849, Aur. 29. 2 copies 
rec'dApr.29, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Eapids, Iowa. 

McGregor, Clayton county, Iowa. 

v. 267. (1898. no. "26848, Apr. 29. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 7 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

Storm Lake, Buena Yista couuty. 

Iowa. v. 389. (1898, no. 26850, Apr. 

29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 8 
Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 

Algebra, pt. 1. Question paper. 5th 
ed. 2 A. [International correspond- 
ence schools. Scranton, Pa.] (1898, 
no. 21794, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
26,1898.) 9 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

2 B. [International correspondence 

schools, Scranton, Pa,] (1898, no. 21795, 
Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 10 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 



Anderson (G. F. R.) Lelawalla, a legend 

of Niagara. (1898, no. 26842, Aur. 29. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 

Arithmetic. Question paper. 1st ed. 

sec. 3. [International correspondence 

schools.] (1898, no. 24639, Apr. 19. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 12 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Sec. 4. [International correspond- 
ence schools.] (1898, no. 24640, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 13 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Arithmetic. Sec. 3. Instruction paper. 

1st ed. [International correspondence 

schools.] (1898, no. 23618, Apr. 14. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 14 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Association of railroad officers. Apr., 
1898. (1897. no. 69060, Dec. 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 15 
Copyright by Railway equipment 
and pub. co., New York. 

Bell skirt with circular flounce. (1898, 

no. 26841, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 16 

Copyright by A. McDowell, New 

York. 

Bernhard (W. H. ) Why I am a Christian. 
(1898, no. 24304, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by W. H. Bernhard, Abi- 
lene, Kans. 

Bible (The) study manual for the bio- 
graphical course, Great men of Israel, 
and the Bible-class course. Old Testa- 
ment teachings, vol. 8. no. 5. Les- 
sons 18-21. (1898, no. 24159, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 18 

Copyright h}' Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 

Bishop (J. G.) Children's day service, 
no. 6. (1898, no. 27106, Apr. 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 19 
Copyright by J. G. Bishop, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Bishop (L. F.) Fight boys, fight. Song 

and chorus. (1898, no. 25401, Apr. 22. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by L. Francis Bishop, 

Plainneld. N. J. 



257 

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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Bordman (J.), jr. Preparation for field 

service. (1898, no. 25419, Apr. 22. 2 

copies ree'd Apr. 26, 1898. ) 21 

Copyright by J. Bordman, jr., Boston. 

Brickner (Mortimer S.) Mickey's idea 

of de war. (1898, no. 27054, Apr. 30. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 22 

Copyright by M. S. Brickner, New 

York. 

Buffalo Bill's wild west and congress of 
rough riders of the world. (1898, no. 
19527, Mar. 24. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 23 

Copyright by John A. Rudolf, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Can I become an electrical engineer? 
(1898, no. 25431, Apr. 22. 2 copies ree'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by Electrical engineer in- 
stitute of correspondence instruc- 
tion, New York. 

Capes (Bernard). Adventures of the 
Comte de la Muette during the reign 
of terror, chap. 12. (1898, no. 26743, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

25 
Copyright by B. Capes, Great Britain. 

^Catalogue, Samuel Harris & co., 1898. 

(1898, no. 20649, Mar. 31. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 2, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by Frank Burgess, Boston. 

Catholic libraries. A collection of choice 
catholic literature. (1898, no. 25784, 
Apr. 25. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

27 
Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 

Chicago telephone co. Supplement di- 
rectory. Apr. 5, 1898. (1898, no. 24879, 
Apr. 20. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

28 
Copyright by R. H. Donnelley, Chi- 
cago. 

Circle (The) classification. (1898, no. 
27105, Apr. 30. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 29 

Copyright by O. W. Hamilton, Chi- 
cago. 

Combination (The) bank account system. 

(1898, no. 25776, Apr. 25. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 30 

Copyright bv John Henry Charles 

Meath, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Concise (The) bank account system. 

(1898, no. 25775, Apr. 25. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by John Henry Charles 

Meath, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Convenient (The) bank account system. 

(1898, no. 25774, Apr. 25. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by John Henry Charles 

Meath, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Declara. Words of life triumphant. An 

inspiration. (1898, no. 21801, Apr, 5. 

2 copies ree'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by A. P. Barton, Kansas 

City, Mo. 

Delineation from the zodiacal sign aries. 

(1898, no. 26048, Apr. 26. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 34 

Copyright by G. Wm. Cunningham, 

Chicago. 

Drummers' yarns and funny jokes. 5th 

crop. [Excelsior library, no. 51.] 

(1898, no. 19568, Mar. 25. 2 copies ree'd 

Apr. 30, 1898. ) 35 

Copyright by T. J. Carey & co., New 

York. 

* Elliott (Wm. S.) In dreams I wander 
to a home. (1898, no. 12747, Feb. 21. 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 29, 1898. ) 36 

Copyright by W. S. Elliott, Newville, 
Pa. 

Estes (J. E.) (1898, no. 26034, Apr. 26. 
2 copies ree'd Apr. 26, 1898. ) 37 

Copyright by J. E. Estes, Fall River, 
Mich. 

"Flesher's French fashions." (1898.no, 

26493, Apr. 28. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 2.1, 

1898.) 38 

Copyright bv Jennie E. Flesher. New 

York. 

* Foster (Bart. H., compiler). The 

farmers' compendium. (1897. no. 7178 1 , 
Dec. 21. 2 copies ree'd Apr. I. 1898.) 

39 
Copyright by Widman & Foster. 
McGregor, Iowa. 

Fowler (N. C.) jr. Higher education of 
boys. (1898, no. 26606, Apr. 28. i' cop- 
ies ree'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 10 
Copyright byX. C. Fowler, jr., Bos- 
ton. " 

Homo buyers. The town is known 

by t Hi' women in it. (1898, no.24679, 
Apr. 19. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 26, l v v 

U 
Copyright by N. C. Fowler, jr., Bos- 
ton. 

Game of poems. (1898, no. 27058, \ 
2 copies ceo'd Apr. 30, I s 
Copyright by Fireside game oo., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



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Titlss — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Goffe (Mrs. C. H.) The coming of our 
Lord. (1898, no. 26033, Apr. 26. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 43 
Copyright by Mrs. C. H. Goffe, 
Springfield, Mo. 

Griffith (W. S.) Memorial day. (1898, 
no. 26326, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27,1898.) 44 

Copyright by W. S. Griffith, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Hatfield (C. B.) Designing and cutting 
patterns, chap. 15, (continued). The 
front quarter pattern . ( 1898, no. 2686 i, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 

45 
Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 
Headquarters of officials arranged by 
cities. Apr., 1898. (1897, no. 69056, 
Dec. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 

46 
Copyright by Railway equipment 
and publication co v New York. 

Hercules flat metallic belt lacing. (1898, 

no. 27052, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

30,1898.) 47 

Copyright by G. S. Prince's sons, 

Stamford, Conn. 

Hillis (X. D.) William the silent and 

the victory of Holland over the tvranny 

of Spain. (1898. no. 26335, Apr^ 27. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 48 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 

Chicago. 

Hoffman (O. A., arranger). Test lessons 

in spelling. (1898, no. 20431, Mar. 30. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by Williams & Eogers, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

How to get there awheel. (1898, no. 

25845, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 

1898.) 50 

Copyright by Stephen Simmons, 

New York. 

How to prevent cholera among hogs. 
(1898, no. 25797, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Edward W. James, St. 
James, Mo. 
Improved order of red men supplies. [W. 
A. Raymond's catalogue, no. 407.] (1898, 
no. 26482, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 
1898.) 52 

Copyright by W. A. Ravmold, New 
York. 
Inorganic chemistry. Part 1. Instruc- 
tion paper. 1st ed. [International 
correspondence schools.] (1898, no. 
23903, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'cl Apr. 25, 
1898.) 53 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 



Johnston (J. F.) Cuba free. War song. 
(1898, no. 26846, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898. ) 54 

Copyright by J. F. Johnston, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Key (The) to the Psycho vowel method 
of voice culture. (1898, no. 26844, Apr. 
29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 55 
Copyright by D. A. Blackman, Chi- 
cago. 

Kincaid (H. R.) Money (The) question 

as discussed. (1898. no. 26296, Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 56 

Copyright by H. R. Kincaid, Salem, 

Oreg. 

Know all men by these presents. (1898, 
no. 26287, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28, 1898 ) 57 

Copyright by Conveyancers title in- 
surance co., Boston. 

Lenz (R.) Offener schreibebrief des 

Philipp Sauerampfer. no. 225. (1898, 

no. 25864, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

25,1898.) 58 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Limited payment option policy. Bank- 
ers reserve life association. (1898, no. 
27055, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) ~ 59 

Copyright by B. H. Robison, Omaha, 
Nebr. 

" Little (The) red book," containing ap- 
pointments of masters and engineers 
for 1898, etc. (1898, no. 25613, Apr. 23. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. j 60 

Copyright by Marine review, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Lotus leaf. A private self home treat- 
ment and positive cure for all forms of 
female diseases and weakness. (1898, 
no. 27061, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30. 
1898.) 61 

Copyright by Henry C. Rupe, South 
Bend, Ind. 

Marching to Cuba. (1898, no. 26777, Apr. 
29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 62 
Copyright by Frank E. Herrick, 
Wheaton, 111. 

Martin (J. G.) A century of finance. 
Martin's history of the" Boston stock 
and money markets one hundred years, 
from Jan."l798 to Jan. 1898. (1898, no. 
24317, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 63 

Copyright by J. G. Martin, Boston. 



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Titles — Continued . 

Martindale's confidential change sheet. 

Apr. 1898. no. 113. Form Z. (1898, 

no. 26774, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 64 

Copyright hy J. B. Martindale, New 

York. 

Meredith (George). Odes in contribu- 
tion to the song of French history, 
Alsace-Lorraine. (1898, no. 26997, Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 65 
Copyright by G. Meredith, England. 

Miniug laws and prospector's guide. 

(1898, no. 12847, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 27, 1898.) 6Q 

Copyright by John A. Perkins, New 

Whatcom, Wash. 

Morning (The) watch. (1898, no. 26489, 
Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

67 
Copyright by International commit- 
tee of young men's Christian ass'n, 
Irvington, N. Y. 

Morwood (H. D.) Supplement to the 

baptism of the Anabaptists. (1898, 

no. 25163, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

27,1898.) 68 

Copyright by Hugh D. Morwood, 

Benson, 111. 

Neueste (Das) system heilkunst. (1898, 
no.17333, Mar, 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 69 

Copyright by George Kefers, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Newbolt (Henry). Hymn. In the time 
of war and tumults. (1898, no. 26692, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

70 
Copyright by H. Newbolt, Loudon. 

Nineteenth edition Baker's catalogue, 
1898. (1898, no. 16060, Mar. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 71 
Copyright by W. G. Baker, Spring- 
field. Mass. 

Oh! boys remember the Maine. (1898, 
no. 26284, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by J. H. Nelms, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Ohio. Peports of eases argued and deter- 
mined in the circuit court of Ohio. 
vol.15, no.12. Apr. 25, 1898. (1898, 
no. 25790, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
25, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

*Opticist. (1886, no. 24970. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 74 

Copyright by C. F. Prentice, New- 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pedagogics of arithmetic. Question 

paper. 1st ed., pt. 1. [International 

correspondence schools.] (1X98, no. 

25094, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 

1898.) 75 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

i 

j pt. 2. [International correspondence 

schools.] (1898, no. 25095, Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 76 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Pedigree of Ohio improved Chester swine. 

(1895, no. 1373. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 

1898.) 77 

Copyright by International O. I. C. 

record ass'n, Himrods, N. Y. 

Penrose (Olive E.) Instruction book for 

the Penrose tailor system. (1898, no. 

25846, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 

1898.) 78 

Copyright by O. E. Penrose, Quincv, 

111. 

Penrose (The) dress chart. Improved, 
1898. (1898, no. 11392, Feb. 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 79 
Copyright by Olive E. Penrose, 
Quincy, 111. 

Penrose (The) skirt chart. Improved, 
1898. (1898, no. 11394, Feb. 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 80 
Copyright by Olive E. Penrose, 
Quincy, 111. 

Penrose (The) sleeve chart. Improved, 

1898. (Directions.) (1898, no. 11393. 

Feb. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 81 

Copyright by O. E. Penrose, Quincy, 

People's (The) medical case. (1898, no. 
25427, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 82 

Copyright by Marcus H. White, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Phenomenal scenes in the Heavens. ( 1898, 

no. 23366, Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

25,1898.) 83 

Copyright by E. H. White. Murphvs- 

boro.lll. 

Phillips (S.) Grief and God. (1898,no. 
26437, Apr. 28. 2 copies reo'd Apr. 28, 
1898.) 84 

Copyright by John Lane. New York. 

Plumbing, heating, and ventilation. Cir- 
cular oi' information. [International 
correspondence schools. (1898, no. 
23(537. Apr. II. 2 copies reo'd Apr. 28, 
1898.) 
Copyright b\ Colliery engiucc 
Scranton, Pa. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Primary colors. Chautauqua studies. 

Plate 20. (1898, no. 24601, Apr. 18. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1898.) 86 

Copyright by Powers, Fowler & 

Lewis, Chicago. 

Primary (The) teacher's helper. An aid 

to the teaching of the children's course 

on Old Testament heroes, v. 8. no. 5. 

Lessons 18-21. (1898, no. 24160, Apr. 

16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 87 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 

Private circular, no. 29. [Apr. 15, 1898.] 

(1898, no. 25378, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 88 

Copyright by Mutual life insurance 

co., New York. 

Prospecting for gold and silver. 186. 

Question paper. 3d ed. [International 

correspondence schools.] (1898, no. 

26488, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Anr. 30, 

1898.) ~ 89 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Prospectus of the modern order of Prie- 

torians. (1898, no. 24305, Apr. 18. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 90 

Copyright by Modern order of Prse- 

torians, Dallas, Tex. 

Rand-McNally war atlas with marginal 
index. (1898, no. 26492. Apr. 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 91 
Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

* Rattan (Volney). West coast botany. 

(1898, no. 22510, Apr. 8. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by Whi taker & Ray co., 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Report of diseases in the Spauish armv. 

(1898, no. 26858, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr, 29, 1898.) 93 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Resultados. Aplicados a. los planes de 
seguro en uso al presente. 1898. Tari- 
fas tropicales. (1898, no. 26469, Apr. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 94 

Copyright by Win. P. Stewart, New 
York. 
Scaife (Arthur H. ) Life and times of the 
Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. On the 
Scaife system. (1898, no. 24247, Apr. 18. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 95 

Copyright by Comparative synopti- 
cal chart co. ; ltd., Victoria]! B. C., 
Canada. 

Shearer (A. A.) Isabelle (tramp parody 
on). (1898, no. 27067, Apr. 30. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 96 

Copyright by A. A. Shearer, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sheet metal pattern drafting. Circular 
of information. [International corre- 
spondence schools.] (1898, no. 23907, 
Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'cl Apr. 30, 1898.) 

97 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 



Sims (G. R.) Miriam. A tale, 
no. 19333, Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 98 

Copyright by George R. Sims, Lon- 
don, England. 

Stars (The) and stripes of America. (1898, 

no. 26285, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

27,1898.) 99 

Copyright by W. J. Phillips, San 

Rafael, Cal. 

Sterilene. (1898, no. 18924, Mar. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 100 

Copyright by D wight W. Dryer, La 
Grange, Ind, 

Sterling worth garment cutter. Instruc- 
tion book. (1898, no. 11862, Feb. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 101 

Copyright by E. Wade Clarke, Titus- 
ville, Pa. 

Tables showing miles operated, gauge, 
and rolling-stock equipment of the 
railroads of the United States, Canada, 
and Mexico. Apr., 1898. (1897, no. 
69064, Dec. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30. 
1898.) 102 

Copyright by Railway equipment 
and publication co., New York. 

Tourist's map of Mount Tamalpais and 

vicinity. 1898. (1898, no. 22935, Apr. 

11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 103 

Copyright by A. II. Sanborn and P. 

C. Knapp, San Francisco, Cal. 

Twenty-seventh annual circular of W. 

H. Rudd & son. (1898, no. 21798, Apr. 

5. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 104 

Copyright by W. H. Rudd & son, 

Boston. 

Vale. Lessons in astrology. (1898, no. 

19952, Mar. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 

1898.) 105 

Copyright by Light of truth pub. co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

*Vogrich (Max). Schirmer's harmony 

tablet, with aids for the student. 

(1898, no. 21546, Apr. 4. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1898.) 106 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

Wedding (The) gown and other recita- 
tions. (1898, no. 9066, Feb. 1. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) ' 107 

Copyright by Lucia B. Griffin, Albia, 
Iowa. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



What is education? Or, the absolute 
necessity of individual thought. (1895, 
no. 38452. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 

108 
Copyright by Jacob B. Coates, Phila- 
delphia. 

When we go marching through Cuba. 
(1898, no. 25815, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by Harry F. Smith, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Wilson (R. B.) Our stainless banner. 

(1898, no. 26032, Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 110 

Copyright by R. B. Wilson, New 

York. 

Woodson (R. McKinney). Storm (The) 

of life. (1898, no. 27104, Apr. 30. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by R. McK. Woodson, 

Richmond, Ya. 

Word matching for beginners in reading. 
Bird, nest, rabbit. (1898, no. 25848, 
Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25,1898.) 

112 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Boy, cow, horse. (1898, no. 25853, 

Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

113 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Cat, clog. pig. (1898, no. 25852, Apr. 

25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 114 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 



Word matching for beginners in reading. 
Lack, hen, chicken. (1898, no. 25854, 
Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25. 1898.; 

115 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Fox, crow, turtle. (1898, no. 25857, 

Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25,1898.; 

116 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Kitten, girl, baby. (1898, no. 25849, 

Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

117 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Robin, flower, house. (1898, no. 

25850, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 118 

Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Rose, violet, leaf. (1898, no. 25856, 

Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

119 
Copyright by John B. Gifford, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Sheep, oak tree, wolf. (1898, no. 

25851, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 120 

Copyright by John B. Gifford. Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Squirrel, com, mouse. (1898, no. 

25855. Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25. 
1898.) 121 

Copyright by John B. Gifford. Pea- 
body, Mass. 



I.— BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see eml of CATALOGUE.) 



Arrival of the United States fleet off 

Havana. Havana, Apr. 22, 8.30 p. m. 

(1898, no. 26055, Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 

Avalanche (An) of color. (1898, no. 27119, 
Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 2 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Barr (R.) The ambassador's pigeons. 

(1898, no. 24081, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by S. S, McClure CO., New 

York. 

^0293— Yol. 15, No. 4 2 



Blockade (The) of Cuba. Apr.25,1898. 
(1898, no. 26331. Apr. 27. 2 copies reed 



Apr 



1898.) 



Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 

Bombardment of MatanzaS, off Matan- 
zas, Apr. 27. 2 p. in. (1898, no. 2G983, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'dApr. 29, 1898. 
Copyright by Associated press, N 
York. 

Boom (A) for oycle racing. 1898, no. 

27109. Apr. 30. ' 2 conies rec'd A 
L898.) ,; 

Copyright by American press uss'n. 
New York, 



262. 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Burning (The) of Henry Smith. (1898, 
no. 26496, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by H. A. Edwards, Hen- 
dricks, W. Va. 

Butterworth (Hezekiah). The sign of 

the ship. For Apr. 26, 1898. (1898, no. 

25873, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 

1898.) 8 

Copyright hy International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Cahoon (H H.) Jack's strategy. (1898, 

no. 27124, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

30,1898.) 9 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 51-Auto- 

matic point switches and stands. 

(1898, no. 25170, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by AY. M. Camp, Chicago. 

Chambers (R. W.) Ashes of empire. 

(1898, no. 24169, Apr. 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 11 

Copyright by Robert AY. Chambers, 

New York. 

Concerning one Gonzales. For Apr. 29, 

1898. (1898, no. 26857, Apr. 29. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) ' 12 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Couch (Lillian Q.) A ring and master. 
(1898. no. 22842, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by L. Q. Couch, London. 

Course in literature and literary criti- 
cism. 34. John Ruskin. [Contin- 
ued.] [The Chicago record's home 
study circle. Apr. 23, 1898. j (1898, no. 
12659, Feb. 21. 2 copies rec'd Anr. 25, 
1898.) * 14 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 

Daily digest of selected cases. [Evening 
post, Apr. 25, 1898.] (1898, no. 26053, 
Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898. ) 

15 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 

[Evening post, Apr. 26, 1898.] 1898, 

no. 26332, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 16 

Copyright by Evening nost co., New 
York. 

[Evening post, Apr. 27, 1898.] (1898, 

no. 26608, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 17 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 



Dailv digest of selected cases. [Evening 
post, Apr. 28, 1898.] (1898, no. 26864, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

18 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 

[Eveningpost. Apr. 29, 1898.] (1898, 

no. 27125, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30.1898.) 19 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 

Don't wish to be in the papers. (1898, 

no. 26334, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

27,1898.) 20 

Copyright bv (Mrs. Esther Chaddock 

Davenport), Buffalo, N. Y. 

England and the war. Keen interest 

taken in the struggle. London, Apr. 

23. (1898, no. 25863, Apr. 25. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Fashions of New York. (1898, no. 27112, 
Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30,1898.) 

22 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Formidable (A) war tricycle. (1898, no. 

27123, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr! 30, 

1898.) 23 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Grimes (P. E.) In the harbor of Havana. 

(1898, no. 26318, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by P. E. Grimes, Bates- 

ville, Ind. 

Holland (Olive) . An Egyptian coquette. 

pts. 3 and 4. For Apr."23, 1898. (1898, 

no, 25761, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

25,1898.) 25 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Immediate page. May 1, 1898. (1898, no. 

26853, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 

1898.) 26 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

In the blockaded city. Havana, Apr. 27, 
1898. (1898, no. 26986, Apr. 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 27 
Copvriuht by Associated press, New 
York. 

In war over the sea. (1898. no. 27113, 
Anr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

28 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Jack Burgett's honor. For May 4, 
(1898, no. 26856, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898. ) 29 

Copyright by International literary 
news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

King (Capt. Charles). A wounded name. 

Chaps. 17 and 18. (1898, no. 11418, Feb. 

14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 

Lang (S. R.) The land the people own. 

(1898, no. 26029, Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 31 

Copyright by S. R. Lang, Spotts- 

wood, N. J. 

Late fashions from Paris. (1898, no. 

27111, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 

1898.) 32 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Lieutenant Rowan in eastern Cuba. 

Kingston, Jamaica, Apr. 26, 1898. 

(1898, no. 26985, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) 33 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 

M. Quad page for May 1, 1898. (1898, no. 

26861, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 

1898.) 34 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Makes wrong right. Dr. Talmage says 

Christianity is revolutionary. (1898, 

no. 27110, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

30,1898.) ~35 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Men to take lead. (1898, no. 27115, Apr. j 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 36 j 
Copyright by American press ass'n, j 
New York. 

New (The) battle cry of freedom. (1898, 
no. 25431, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27,1898.) 37 ! 

Copyright by Mrs. Olive Logan. 
Washington, D. C. 

Onboard the flagship "New York," off 
Havana, Apr. 25, midnight, via Key 
West, Fla. Apr. 26, 1898. (1898, no. 
26984, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 38 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 

On board the flagship. Off Havana. 

Apr. 26, 1898. (1898, no. 26987. Apr. 29. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 39 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pioneers (The) of San Gabriel. Chap. 1. 
(1898, no. 21808, Apr. 5. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 40 

Copyright by John M. Perry, Rock- 
dale, Tex. 

Political (The) split in Oak vi lie. For Mar 

2, 1898. (1898, no. 26860, Apr. 29. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. j 41 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Power (The) behind the throne. (1898, 

no. 25799, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

25,1898.) 42 

Copyright by James P. Coffey, Logan 

Station, Pa. 

Privateer, ahov ! (1898, no. 27122, Apr. 30 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 43 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Progress of blockade. Apr. 25, 1898. 

(1898. no. 26328, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 27, 1898.) 44 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 

Report of the proceeding by the English 
against the city of Havana and its 
castles since June 6, 1762. (1898. no. 
26279, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27. 
1898.) 15 

Copyright by M. J. Kohlberg, Den- 
ver, Colo. 



She rules in Spain 

9 



(1898. no. 2711' 



Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) J6 
Copyright by American press ass'n. 
New York. 

Situation in eastern Cuba. Apr. 2.">. 1898. 

(1898, no. 26330, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 27, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 

Situation (The) in Jamaica. Kingston, 

Jamaica, Apr. 29, 1898. (1898, no. 

27289, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 

1898.) 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 



Situation (The) in Porto 
Thomas. West Indies, Apr. 
no.26980, Apr. 29. 2 copies 
29, 1898.) 
Copyright by Associated 
York'. 

Special Berlin cable letter. 1 

l';>. 1898. [For Sundaj pape 

no. 26054, Apr. L't : . 2 copies 

26, L898.} 

Copyright l>\ Associated 

York. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)-Coktinued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Special page. For May 1, 1898. (1898, 

no. 26855, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 51 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Symbol (The) of woe. (1898, no. 27118, 
Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 52 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 



Timely page. May 1, 1898. (1898, no. 

26851, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29 ; 

■ 1898.) 53 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Torpedo (A) plunger. (1898, no. 27111, 
Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 54 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Torpedo-boat (The) "Foote" fired upon. 

Apr. 25, 1898. (1898, no. 26329, Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 55 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 

York. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Apr. 21, 1898.) (1898, no. 25871, 

Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 56 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Apr. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 25140, Apr. 

22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 57 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Apr. 23, 1898. (1898, no. 26052, Apr. 

26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 58 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

■ Apr. 25, 1898. (1898, no. 26607, Apr. 

28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28. 1898.) 59 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Apr. 26. 1898. (1898, no. 26863, Apr. 

29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 60 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City. Mo. 



Apr. 27, 1898. (1898, no. 27108, Apr. 

30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 61 
Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Truman (Ben. C.) Some reminiscences. 

no. 34. (1898, no. 23370, Apr. 13. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 62 

Copyright by B. C. Truman, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 



Titles — Continued. 

Uses (The) and dangers of dynamite in 

modern warfare both afloat and ashore. 

(1898, no. 27120, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898.) 63 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Weyman (Stanlev J.) The castle inn. 

chap. 18 (continued), 19, 20. and 21. 

(1897, no. 67547. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 

1898.) 64 

Copyright by S. J. Weyman, London, 

England. 

With the blockading squadron. April 27. 

(Via Key West, Apr. 27, 4 p. m.) (1898, 

no. 26982, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 65 

Copvright by Associated press, New 

York. 

With the flagship "New York," Havana, 

Apr. 27, 7 a, m. (1898, no. 26981, Apr. 29. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 66 

Copvright bv Associated press, New 

York. 

With the fleet off Cuba. Apr. 25, 1898. 

(1898. no. 26327, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 27, 1898.) 67 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York'. 

With the fleet off Havana. On board the 

U. S. flagship "New York" off Havana. 

Apr. 22, 1898. ( 1898. no. 26333, Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 68 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 

York. 

Woman's (A) garden. (1898, no. 27116, 
Apr. 30. 2 copies lec'd Apr. 30,1898.) 

69 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 

Woman's page. Mav 1. 1898. (1898, no. 

26852, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 

1898.) 70 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

World (The) do move. For May 1, 1898. 

(1898, no. 26859, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 

Youth's page. For May 1, 1898. (1898, 

no. 26854, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 72 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 



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II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of CATALOGUE. 



Titles. 

Bilbery of Tilbury. A musical play in 3 
acts. Libretto written by Silvanus 
Daimcey and Geo. D. Day. Lyrics 
written by Geo. D. Day and music by 
Guy Jones. (1898, no! 26438, Apr. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Silvanus Dauncey, 
Geo. D. Day, and Guy Jones, Eng- 
land. 
Dominican (The). A play in 4 acts. By 
C.Ousley and B.C.Mason. (1898, no. 
26785, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 2 

Copyright by C. Ousley and Ben C. 
Mason, Galveston, Tex. 
Lesson (A) in whist. A farce in 1 act. 
By Helene Ripley Walthew. (1898, no. 
12078, Feb. 17. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 3 

Copyright by Geo. W. and H. R 
Walthew, San Francisco, Cal. 



Titles — Continued. 

Recent (A) declaration of independence. 
A play. By Florence White Ruger. 
(1898, no. 26497, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by F. W. Ruger, Waco, 
Tex. 
Transit (The) of Venus. A musical 
comedy in 2 acts and 3 scenes. By 
James T. Tanner. Lyrics by Adrian 
Ross. Music by Napoleon Lambelet. 
(1898, no. 25748, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898. ) 5 

Copyright by James T. Tanner, Eng- 
land. 



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ABC pathfinder and dial. Apr. 25, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 
Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. 
Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 2 
Copyright by Frank Reeder, sec'y of 
the state of Pa. 
Advance sheets. All opinions of the U. 
S. supreme court. Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 
pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Adventure weekly. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) " 4 

Copyright by Street & Smith. New 
York. 
Ainslee's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 5 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 
American agriculturist. Apr. 30. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 6 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
^ ork. 

American architect and building news. 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by American architect and 

building news co., Boston. 

American Held. Apr. 30. 1S9S. (Rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by American held pub, co.. 

New York. 



American florist. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 9 

Copyright by American florist co.. 
Chicago. 

American home magazine. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 10 

Copyright by R. D. Boniface. New 
York. 

American industries. Mar. 30, 1898". 
(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.1 11 

Apr. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28. 1898. > 

12 

Apr. 13, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. 

13 

Apr. 20, 1898. | Rec'd Apr. 28, I 

14 
Copyright by Horace Kenny. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

American journal of i he medical sciences. 
Apr.. L898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, L898. - 15 

May, 18118. (Eeo'd Apr. 28. L898. L6 

Copyright by Lea bros. & oo., Phila- 
delphia. 

American medico-surgical bulletin. Apr. 
25, L898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, L898 
Copyright by Bulletin pub.eo.,Ne , w 
Fork. 

American monthly review of reviews. 
May. L898. (Rec'd Apr. L'T. L898. 
Copyright h\ Review of reviews co., 

New \ ork. 



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Titles — Continued. 

American negligence reports. Apr., 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 19 

Copyright by Remick & Schilling, 
New York. 

Appleton's popular science monthly. 
May. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30. 1898.) 20 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 

Architectural review, v. 5, no. 3. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by Bates & Guild co., 
Boston. 

Architecture and building. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 22 

■ Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

23 
Copyright by W. T. Comstock, New 
York. 

Arena. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

24 
Copyright by Arena co., Boston. 

Art amateur. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr, 28, 
1898.) 25 

Copyright by Montague Marks, New 
York. 

Art de la mode. June. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) 26 

Copyright by Morse-Broughton co., 
New York. 

Art interchange. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898. ) 27 

Copyright by Art interchange co., 
New York. 

Atlantic monthly. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 28 

May. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 29 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Boston. 

Atlantic reporter. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Ave Maria. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 

1898.) 31 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

Biles' whiskey price list. Apr. 25, 1898. 
( Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 32 

Copyright by J. W. Biles co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Bon ton. June, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 33 

Copyright by S. T. Taylor co., New 
York": 

Bookman. May. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 
1898.) 34 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co.. New 
York. 



Titles— Continued. 

Boston daily globe, Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 35 

Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

36 

Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

37 

Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

38 

i Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

39 

Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

40 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

i Boston Sunday globe, Apr. 24, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 41 

Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston Sunday post, Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 42 

Copyright by Post pub. co., Boston. 

Bradstreet's. Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
30, 1898.) 43 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 
Brickbuilder. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 
1898.) 44 

Copyright by Brickbuilder pub. co., 
Boston. 
Brooklyn life. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brush and pencil. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr 29,1898.) 46 

Apr.. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29,1898.) 47 

Copyright by Phillips & co., Chicago. 

Catholic news. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 48 

Apr. 27. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

49 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 
Catholic world. Mav, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) 50 

Copyright by A. F. Hewit, New 
York. 
Centrallaw journal. Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25. 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Central law journal 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Century magazine. Mav, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 26. 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 

Chautauqnan. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 53 

Copyright by Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Christian endeavor world, Apr. 28, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by the Golden rule co., 

Boston. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Christian herald, Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 55 

Copyright bv Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 

Church economist. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'cl 
Apr. 30, 1898. ) 56 

Copyright by Church economist pub. 
co., New York. 

Citator. Mar., 1898. (Rec'tl Apr. 29, 
1898.) 57 

Copyright by Reed Adams, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Collier's weekly. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 

jN'ew York. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Apr. 

3:), 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 59 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 

New York. 

Investors' supplement. Apr. 30, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 

Conkev's home journal. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 61 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 
Costume royal. June, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
25, 1898. ) ' 62 

Copyright by Royal pattern co., New 
York'. 
Critic. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30. 
1898.) 63 

Copyright by Critic co., New York. 
Cuba y America. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 64 

Copyright by Manuel Montero, New 
York. 

Current literature. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 65 

Copyright by Current literature pub. 

co., New York. 

Cycling gazette. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898. ) 66 

Copyright by E mil Gross -nan & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Daily racing form. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 26. 1898.) 67 

Apr. 21-25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 

1898.) 68 

Apr. 2(5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28. L898. ) 

(59 



Apr. 



1898. 



(Rec'd Apr. 29, L898.) 

70 

Apr. 28, 1898. ^ Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

71 

Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30. 1898.) 

72 
Copyright by Frank H. Brunell, 
Chicago. 



Titles — Continued. 

Demorest's family magazine. Ma v. 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 73 

Copyright bv Dcmorest pub. co.. New 
York. 

Diamond Dick, jr. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by .Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Dry goods economist. Apr. 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 75 

Copyright by Textile pub. co..New 
York. 

Dramatic magazine. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 76 

Copyright by Dramatic magazine 
press, Chicago. 

Echo. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

77 
Copyright by Echo music co., Lafay- 
ette, Ind. 

Electrical engineer. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 78 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
New York. 

Electrical review. Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 28, 1898.) 79 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 

co\, New York. 

Electrical world. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 28, 1898.) 80 

Copyright by W. J. Johnston co., 

New York. 

Elite styles. June, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 2(5. 
1898.) 81 

Copyright by Elite styles co.. New 
York. 

Engineering magazine. Mav.1898. (Re< 'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) 82 

Copyright by Engineering ma ga/ine. 

New York. 

Engineering-record. Apr. 30, 1898, (Rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898. ) 83 

Copyright by Engineering record. 

New York. 

Evening telegram, Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 
Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, L898. 

Apr.25,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 

Apr. 2(5. 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 27. L898.) 

s . 

Apr. 27. 1S98. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 18 - 

88 
Apr. 28. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, L8 - 

Apr. 29. 1898. (Reo'd Apr. SO, L8 g 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 

V>\\ York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Examiner. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 
1898.) 91 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 

Family story paper. May 21, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 

Farm and home. May 1. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 93 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co.. Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Farm implement news. Apr. 28, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 91 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co.. Chicago. 

Farm machinery. Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 95 

Copyright by Midland pub. co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Farmer. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 
1898.) 96 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago. 

Federal reporter. Apr. 19. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 97 

Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 

98 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Fireside companion. Mav21, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898. ) 99 

Copyright by George Munro's sons, 
New York. 

Florists' review. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 100 

Copyright by Florists' pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Forest and stream. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) ' 101 

Copyright by Forest and stream pub. 
co.. New York. 

Forum. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

102 
Copyright bv Forum pub. co., New 
York. 

Frank Reade library. Apr. 29, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.") 103 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Free man. May. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 104 

Copyright by Chas. W. Close, Ban- 
gor, Me. 

Gardening. Apr. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
25, 18980 105 

Copyright by Gardening co., Chi- 
cago. 



Titles- 



-Contiuued. 
May 



Godey's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) 106 

Copyright by Godey co., New York. 

Golden hours. May 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 

Great round world. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 108 

Copyright by William Beverley Har- 
ison, New York. 

Grocers' regulator. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by Reid, Murdoch & co., 
Chicago. 

Half holiday. Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) 110 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 

Happy days. May 14, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
28. 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Harper's bazar. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Harper's weekly. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 113 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Harvard law review. Mav. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 114 

Copyright by Trustees Harvard law 
review, Cambridge, Mass. 

Home and farm. May 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 115 

Copyright by Home and farm pub. 
co.. Louisville, Ky. 

Home study for electrical workers. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 116 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Home study for the building trades. 
May, 1898.' (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 117 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Home study magazine. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 118 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Homiletic review. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898. ) 119 

Copyright by Funk & Wagna Is co., 
New York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Horseman. Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
28, 1898. ) 120 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 

Household. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 
1898.) 121 

Copyright by Household, Boston. 

Illustrated American. Apr. 23, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 122 

Copyright byLorillard Spencer, New 

York. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Apr. 24, 

1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 123 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 

co., Buffalo', N. Y. 

Illustrated christian world. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 124 

Copyright by Ross Taylor, New 
York. 

Illustrated police news. Apr. 30, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 29. 1898.) 125 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 

International magazine. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 126 

Copyright by Union quoin co., Chi- 
cago. 
Item. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 127 

Copyright by Geo. A. Warren, Boston. 

Jewelers' circular. Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 128 

Copyright by Jewelers' circular pub. 
co., New York. 

Jewelers' weekly. Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 28, 1898.) 129 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., 
New York. 

Jewish comment. Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 130 

Copyright by "The publishers/' Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Journal of the American medical asso- 
ciation. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 131 

Copyright by American medical 
ass'n, Chicago. 

Journal of the United States cavalry as- 
sociation. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 132 

Copyright by U. S. cavalry ass'n. 
Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 

Judge's library. May, 1898. (Rec'dApr. 
30.1898.) L33 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York: 
Ladies' home journal. May, 1898. (Reo'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 134 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ladies' world. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
25,1898.) 135 

Copyright by S. H. Moore & co., New 
York. 

Legal adviser. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
25, 1898. ) 136 

Copyright by J. Warner Mills, Den- 
ver, Colo. 

Legal intelligencer. Apr. 29. 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 137 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 

Leslie's weekly, Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 138 

May 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

139 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co.. New 
York. 

Life, Apr. 28, '.898. (Rec'd Anr. 27, 1898.) 

110 
Copyright by Mitchell cV Miller, New 
York. 

Life's comedy. May 1,1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) " 111 

Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, New 
York. 

Log cabin library. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 142 

Copyright by Street & Smith. New 
York. 

Mackev A B C guide. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 143 

Copyright by A B C guide co.. New 
York. 

Mayflower. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 144 

Copyright by mayflower pub. co., 
Floral Park, N. Y. 

Medical record. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898.) 145 

Copyright by Wni. Wood & co., New- 
York 1 . 

Men and horses. May 1, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) L46 

Copyright by Men and horses, New 

York. 

Mind. May, 1898, (Reo'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

U7 
Copyright by Alliance pub. co., Nev 

Vork 1 . 

Missionary review. May, L898. Reo'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 
Copyright by Funk A Wagnalla 

New York. 

Mode de Paris. June, 1898. (Reo'dApr. 
27. L898.) 1 '9 

Copyright by A. MoDowell A co.. 
New York. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Mode Universelle. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 150 

Copyright by Mrs. F. E. Thompson, 
Kew York. 

Money. May, 1898. (Eec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

151 
Copyright by Money pub. co., New 
York. 

Mundo Americano. June, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 28, 1898.) 152 

Copyright by Optimus printing co., 
New York. 

Municipal affairs. Mar.. 1898. (Eec'd 

Apr. 29. 1898.) 153 

Copyright by Reform club commit- 

mitte on municipal administration, 

New York. 

Musical age. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) 154 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 

New century. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 155 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 

New England homestead. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 156 

Copyright by Orange J add co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

New England master builder. Apr. 23, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 157 

Copyright by H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

New York clipper. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 158 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 

New York herald, Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898. ) 159 

Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 

160 
Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Aur. 26, 1898. ) 

161 
Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 

162 
Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 

163 
Apr. 28. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

161 
Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 

165 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

New York journal, Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 166 



Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25. 1898. ) 

167 

Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

168 

Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

169 ; 



Titles — Continued. 

New York journal. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr.28. 1898.) 170 

Apr. 29, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 29. 1898. ) 

171 

Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

172 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 

New York ledger. Apr. 30. 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 27. 1898.) 173 

Copyright by Rob't Bonner's sons, 
New York. 

New York medical journal. Apr. 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25. 1898.) 174 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

New York state reports and session laws. 
Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

175 
Copyright by Banks ifc bros., and 
James B. Lyon, Albany, ]S. Y. 

New York supplement and state reporter. 
Apr. 21. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29. 1898.) 

176 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

New York times, Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 177 

Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

178 
Apr. 25. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

179 
Apr. 26. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

180 
Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

181 
Apr.28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

182 
Apr. 29. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 

183 
Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 

New York times weekly. Apr. 24. 1898. 
( Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898. ) * 184 

Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 

New York weekly. May 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) * 185 

Copyright by Street <fc Smith, New 
York. 

New Yorker abendblatt, Apr. 23, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 186 

Apr. 25, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898. ) 

187 
Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

188 
Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

189 
Apr.28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

190 



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Titles — Con tinned. 

New Yorker abeudblatt, Apr. 29, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 191 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Apr. 24, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 192 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitnng, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, Apr. 25, 1898. 
(Kec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 193 

Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

194 

Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

195 

Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

196 

Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

197 

Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

198 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitnng, New York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 199 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

Nick Carter's weekly. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 200 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

North American review. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 201 

Copyright by North American review 
pub. co., New York. 

Northeastern reporter. Apr. 22, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 202 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 

Minn. 

Northwestern Reporter. Apr. 16, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 203 

Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

204 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Nylic exchange. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
26,1898.) ' 205 

Copyright by New York life insur- 
ance co., New York. 

Occult sciencelibrary. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 206 

Copyright by Ernest Loomis, Chi- 
cago. 

OMo legal news. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 207 
Copyright by Laning pub. co., Nor- 
walk, Ohio. 

Old Cap. Collier Library. May 7, 1898. 
[Kec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) * 208 

Copyright by Norman L. Mnnro. New- 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Our race news leaflet. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1X98. ) 209 

Copyright by C. A. L. Totten. New 
Haven, Conn. 

Outlook. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 

1898.) 210 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 

Pacific reporter. Apr. 21, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 211 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Painting and decorating. Apr. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 212 

Copyright by Trade news pub. co., 
New York.' 

Parisian. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 

1898.) 213 

Copyright by M. L. Dexter. New 
York. 

Parisiennes. no. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25. 
1898.) 214 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 

Pennsylvania countv court reports, Apr. 
23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 189*. ) 215 

Copyright by T. cV: J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 

People. Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25. 
1898.) 210 

Copyright by C. G. Harger, jr.. Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

People's home journal. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 217 

Copyright by F. M. Lupton, New 
York. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Apr. 21. 1898. 
(Rec'd'Apr. 25, 1898.) 218 
Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27>. L898. 

21'.' 
Apr. 26. 1S9S. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898 

22.' 
Apr. 27. 189S. (Rec'd Apr. 27. 1898. 

Apr. 28. 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 28, 

222 
Apr.29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29. 1898. 

Apr. 30. L898. (Rec'd Apr. 30. 

Copyright by Philadelphia inqi 
co.. Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia press. Apr.29, 1898. Rec'd 

Apr.29. IS! IS.* 
Apr. 30, L898. (Reo'd Apr. 30, L8 - 

Copyright by die Press co., Philadel- 
phia. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Photographic times. Mav, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 227 

Copyright by Photographic times 
pub. co., New York. 

Pilgrim of our lady of martyrs. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 228 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 

Pittsburg times, Apr. 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 229 

Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.; 

230 

Apr. 26, 1898. ( Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 

231 

Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

232 

Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

233 

Apr. 29, 1898. f Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

234 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Plan book. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 
1898.) 235 

Copyright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 

Puck. May 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

236 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 

Record of christian work. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 237 

Copyright by F. H. Revell co., Chi- 
cago. 

Religious review of reviews. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 238 

Copyright by Clarence B. Strouse, 
>>ew York. 

Rider and driver. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 239 

Copyright by Rider and driver pub 
co., New York. 



Russell's convention dates. Apr. 



1898. 



{ Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. ) 240 

Copyright by Hamlin Russell, New- 
ark, N. J. 

St. Nicholas magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898.) 241 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 

Saturday evening post. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 242 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 

School news. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 

30, 1898.) 243 

Copyright by C. M. Parker, Taylor- 
ville. 111. 

Scientific American. Apr. 30, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 244 

Copyright by Mann & co., New York. 



Titles— Continued. 

Scribner's magazine. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 25, 1898.) 245 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 

Scroll. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 

246 
Copyright by C. H. Simmons, Chi- 
cago. 

Sendbote. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 247 

Copyright bv Sendbote, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Southeastern reporter. Apr. 19, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 248 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern reporter. Apr. 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 249 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southwestern reporter. Apr. 18, 1898 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 250 

Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

251 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Standard. May 7, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 
1898. ) ' 252 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
York.' 

Stevens indicator. Apr., 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 26, 1898. 253 

Copyright by Stevens indicator, 

Hoboken, N. J. 

Storms and signs. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 28, 1898. ) 254 

Copyright by C. Coles, Kingston, Pa. 

Sun, Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

255 

Apr. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 

256 

Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

257 

Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

258 

Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

259 

Apr. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 

260 

Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

261 

Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 

ass'n, New York. 

Sunday magazine. Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 262 

Copyright by Ervin Wardman. 

Sunday school times. Apr. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 263 

Copyright by John D. Wattles & co., 
Philadelphia. 



273 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sunday herald. Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 264 

Copyright by Boston herald co., Bos- 
ton. 

Superintendent and foreman. Apr. 26, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 265 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 

Supreme court reporter. Apr. 11, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 266 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Apr. 26, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 267 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnbead, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Table talk. May, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 268 

Copyright by Table talk pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Tip top weekly. Apr. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 269 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Tobacco. Apr. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) " 270 

Copyright by T. H. Delano pub. co., 
New York. 

Toilettes. June, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 271 

Copyright by Toilettes pub. co., New 
York. 

Town topics. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 272 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 

Treasury of religious thought. May, 
1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 273 

Copyright by E. B. Treat & co., New 
York. 

Truth. May 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 274 

Copyright by Truth co., New York. 

Vanity fair. May 4, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 275 

Copyright by Blakely Hall, New 
York. 

Viavi cause. Apr. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
26,1898.) 276 

Copyright by H. & II. E. Law, Sun 
Francisco, Cal. 

Vogue, Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 

1898.) 277 

Copyright by Fashion co.,New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Western electrician. Apr. 30, 1898. ( Rec'd 
Apr. 30, 1898.) 27H 

Copyright by electrical pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Woman's home companion. May, 1898. 
(Rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 279 

Copyright by Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 
patrick, Springfield, Ohio. 

Wooden and willow ware trade review. 
Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

280 
Copyright by Charles H. Delano, 
New York. 

Wool record. Apr. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 
27, 1898 ) 281 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 
New York. 

Words and works. May, 1898. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 282 

Copyright by Irl R. Hicks, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

World, Apr. 25. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 25, 

1898.) 283 

Apr. 26. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

284 
Apr. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 27. 1898. ) 

285 
Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. 

28i i 
Apr. 29. 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 29. 1898. I 

087 

Apr. SO, 1898. (Rec'd Apr. 30. 1898. 

288 

World (comic weekly). Apr. 24, 1898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.') 289 

World (Sunday). Apr. 24. 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 290 

World's Sunday magazine. Apr. 2 1 . L898. 

(Rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 291 

World (Woman's). Apr. 24, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 25, 1898.) 292 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York. 

Young Klondike. Apr. 27. 1S98. (Rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 293 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, Ne"W 
York. 

Young people's weekly. M;i\ 1. 8 8 
(Rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 294 

Copyrigb.1 by DavidC. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 

Youth's companion. Apr. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 

Apr. 27. L898.) 293 

Copyright by Perry Mason a co., 

Boston. 



274 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Allezeitgetrost. Ever confident. Song. 
For male voices. English words by C. 
J. Bender. Music by E. B. Scheve. no. 
7 (a). Buffalo, N. Y., The Maenner-chor 
pub. co. (1898, no. 25908, Apr. 25. 2 
copies rec'd. Apr. 25, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Maenner-chor pub. co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ani weiker. Fiir cello mit clavierbe- 
gleituDg. Coinponirt von Haus Her- 
mann. Leipzig, C. Kiesler's musik-ver- 
lag. [Drei stiicke A.] (1898, no. 
27006, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 2 

Copyright by C. Kiesler, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

* American (The) flag. March. By Geo. 
Voelker. Band. Philadelphia, Harry 
Coleman. (1898, no. 25293, Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1898.) 3 

Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 

American heroes. Two-step. Composed 

bv Josie F. Abbott. Baltimore. Md., 

Geo. Willig & co. (1898, no. 26649', 

Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by J. F. Abbott, U. S. 

American patriot march. For piano. 
Composed bv Fred Schmaus. Buffalo, 
N. Y„ F.Herrmann. (1898, no. 25689, 
Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 5 
Copyright bv F. Herrmann, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Amicitia (Friendship; waltzes. By E. 
A. Theobald. [For piano.] Buffalo, 
N. Y.. Pearl pub. co. (1898, no. 23715, 
Apr. 14. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26. 1898. ) 6 
Copvright bv E. A. Theobald, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. ' 
And that is what we need. Words and 
music by P. P. Bilhorn, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 26960, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
29.1898.) 7 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bil- 
horn, Chicago. 
*Apollyon march. By W. H. Thomas. 
Band. Philadelphia, Harry Coleman. 
(1898, no. 25294, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1898.) 8 

Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 
Aria. Pour violon, avec accompagni- 
ment de piano. Par Ernile Sauvet. 
op. 55. Suite Francaise. no. 1. Lon- 
don, Frederick W. Chanot. [Edition 
Cbanot. no. 949.] (1898, no. 26751, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

9 
Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 



Titles — Continued. 

Armory waltzes. By Leo E. Berliner. 

[For piano.] New York, Howley, 

Haviland & co. (1898, no. 27163, Apr. 

30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) ' 10 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland 

<fc co., New York. 



Art (The) of hymn-tune playing. By 
Anna Hamilton. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
John Church co. ( 1898, no. 26578, Apr. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 11 
Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Atlas. March and two-step. Composed 
by Harry A. Friedlander. Arranged by 
Geo. W. Hetzel. [For piano.] San 
Francisco, Cal., Atlas music co. (1898, 
no. 26305, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27,1898.) 12 

Copyright by H. A. Friedlander, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Autumn, gentle autumn. Words by 

Grace J. Frances. Music by Hubert P. 

Main, [n. i.] (1898, no. 27174, Apr. 30. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 13 

Copyright by Biglow & Main co., 

New York. 

Ave Maria. (Angels' serenade, by G. 
Braga.) Violin and soprano. Adapted 
by W. P. Schilling. Scrauton, Pa., 
Union music co. (1898, no. 26643, Apr. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 14 
Copyright by W. P. Schilling, Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

"Barcarolle. (Gondelfahrt.) For the 
piano. By Edward Bohde. op. 50. 
Edited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 
New York, G. Schirmer. [Twelve 
characteristic pieces, no. 1.] (1898, 
no. 23104, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 15 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Beautiful (The) amaranth. Waltz. By 
Walter W. Wright. Piano. Summer- 
field, Kans. , Walter W. Wright. (1898, 
no. 26805, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 16 

Copyright by W. W. Wright, Surn- 
merfield, Kans. 

Because. Song and chorus. Words by 
Chas. Horwitz. Music by Fred V. 
Bowers. New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. (1897, no. 55747, Oct. 4. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



275 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Tit les — Continued. 

Belle (The) of St. Louis. March and two- 
step.. By Eugene Kautenberg. [For 
piano.] "St. Louis, Mo., .Jos. Placht &. 
son. (1898, no.26529, Apr. 28. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 29. 1898.) 18 

Copyright by J. Placht & son., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

* Beggar (The) child. By Max Oesten. 

op. 201. Book 1. For violin and piano. 
New York, Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, 
no. 16366, Mar. 10. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
10,1898.) 19 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 

* Ben, Allie, and I. Song and refrain. 

By Samuel Lehman. New York, Albert 
D.Hubbard, [1898.] (1898, no 19528, 
Mar. 24. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1898.) 

20 
Copyright by A. D. Hubbard, New 
York. 

Besos y pesos. Kisses and cash. Vals 
porAbundio Martinez. Piano. Mexico, 
A. Wagner y Levien, Sues. (1898, no. 
26699, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 21 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, 
Chicago. 

Beyond the bright stars there is rest. 
Song. Words by Henry V. Neal. Music 
bv Charles Miller. New York, Howley, 
Haviland & co. (1898, no. 27159, Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 22 
Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co, New York. 

Boys of the Union. Two-step. March. 
Composed bv E. Hoist. Bridgeton, 
N. J., A. Scull & co. (1898, no. 26306, 
Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 

23 
Copyright by A. Scull & co., Bridge- 
ton, N.J. 

Broken (A) doll — a broken heart. Song. 
Words by Josephine I). Wilson. Music 
by E. H. F. Holwell. Chicago, Frank 
K. Root & co. ( 1898, no. 27138, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 2 I 

Copyright by F. K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

Calling, oh, hear him. Words and music 
by P. P. Bilhorn, [n. i.] (1898, no. 26945, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

25 
Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn. 
Chicago, 

Caprice. "Jocose." By Chas. E. Bray. 

[For orchestra.] Boston, Oliver Ditson 

co. (1898, no. 26917, Apr. 29. 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 26 

Copyright by <>. Ditson co., Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

Carjricietto. Pour violon, avec aceom- 
pagniment de piano. Par Emile Sauret. 
op. 55. Suite Francaise. no. 6. London, 
Frederick W. Chanot. [Ed. Chanot. 
no. 954.] (1898, no. 26750, Apt. 29. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 29. 1898. ) 27 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 

"Carillon (Le). By W. Wolstenholme 
The recital series of original organ 
compositions. Collected and edited by 
Edwin H. Lemaire. no. 14. London, 
Robert Cocks & co. (1898, no. 9692, 
Feb. 5. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 5, 1898. ) 28 
Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don. 

Cast thy burden on the Lord. Anthem. 
By E. S. Lorenz. Duet and chorus, 
• [u.i.] (1898, no. 25692, Apr. 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 29 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Cavalry review. March. Composed by 
AnnaKrewson Foulkrod. Piano, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 25BV7, Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 27, 1898.) 30 

Copyright by A. K. Foulkrod, Phila- 
delphia. 
Chanson provencale. [In lovely suin- 
. mer.] Song for soprano or tenor. Eng- 
lish version by Isabella G. Parker. 
Music by E. Dell' Acqua. New York, 
G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 27152, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 31 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Chanson sans paroles. Pour violon, avec 
accompaguement de piano. Par Emile 
Sauret. op. 55. Suite francaise. no. 
5. London, Frederick W. Chanot. 
[Edition Chanot. no. 953.] (1898, no. 
26749, Apr. '29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29. 
1898.) 32 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London. 
England. 

Chant d'exil. Song of exile. Song for 
soprano or tenor. English version by 
Isabella &. Parker. Music by Paul 
Vidal. New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, 
no. 271 17. Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30.1898.) 83 

Copyright by (i. Schirmer, New York. 

Chants (Les) de la paroisse. Recueil de 
pieces pour orgue on harmonium. P\ 
Alexander Georges, v.l. Paris,Enoch 
ci cic (1896, no. 27015, Apr. 30. 2cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 30, L898.) 3-1 

Copyrighl '\\ Enoch el cie., Paris, 

v.2. Paris, Enoch et cie. (1898, no. 

27016, Apr. 30. 2 copies reo'd Apr. 90, 
£898.) 
Copyrighl by Enoch et cie., Paris, 



276 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Christ is coming. Words and music by 
P. P. Bilhorn, In. i.] (1898, no. 26963, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

36 
Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, j 
Chicago. 

Chu-chu (The) car. Song and chorus. 
Words by Ed. S. Abeles. Music by W. 
F. Booth. New York, Howley. Havi- 
land & co. (1898, no. 27169, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 37 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Class song for commencements. By Nellie 
Place Chandler. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
John Church co. (1898, no. 26680. Apr. 
28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 38 

Copyright by J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Colonial (The) club. Two-step march. 
By Jas. D. Johnston. Arranged for 
orchestra. Cleveland, Ohio, H. E. Mc- 
Millin. (1898, no. 26802, Apr. 29. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 39 

Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Comforter (The) divine. Bv P. P. Bil- 
horn, [n.i.] (1898, no. 26978, Apr. 29. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 29. 1898. ) 40 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. 

Coming once again. Words by Grace J. 

Frances. Music by Hubert P. Main, 

[n. i.] (1898, no. 27175, Apr. 30. 2 cop- \ 

ies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 41 

Copyright by Biglow & Main co., 

New York. 

Cor. (Le). The horn. Song for baritone. 
English version by Isabella G. Parker. 
Music bv A. Flegier. New York. G. 
Schirmer. (1898, no. 27142, Apr. 30. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 42 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Court (The) of queen summergold. 
Words by Isa J. Postgate. Music by 
Herbert W. Wareiug. New York, 
Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 26453, 
Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 

43 
Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., , 
New York. 

Crystal chimes. For public schools, in- 
stitutes, and singing classes. By J. F. 
King and G. W. Fields. Orville, Ohio, 
J.F.King. (1898, no. 26472, Apr. 28. 2 | 
copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. ) 44 

Copyright by J. F. King, Orville, 
Ohio. I 



Cuba libre. The pearl of the Antilles. 
Patriotic song. Wordg and music by 
Henry W. Smith. Greenwich, Mass., 
H. W. Smith. ( 1898. no. 26523, Apr. 28. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 45 

Copyright by W. H. Smith, Green- 
wich, Mass. 



Cycle of songs from the princess of 
Alfred Lord Tennyson, no. 1. As thro' 
the land. Set to music for quartet of 
solo voices, with pianoforte accompani- 
ment. By C. V. Stanford, op. 68. New 
York, Boosey & co. (1898, no. 13998, 
Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898. ) 46 
Copyright bv Boosey & co., New 
York. 



— no. 2. Sweet and low. Set to music 
for quartet of solo voices, with piano- 
forte accompaniment. By C. V. Stan- 
ford, op. 68. New York, Boosey & co. 
(1898, no. 14000. Feb. 28. 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by Boosev & co., New 
York. 

— no. 3. The Splendour falls. Set to 
music for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. V. 
Stanford, op. 68. New York, Boosev 
&co. (1898, no. 14001, Feb. 28. 2copies 
1-60111^13.28,1898.) 48 

Copvright bv Boosey & co., New 
York. 



— no. 4. Tears, idle tears. Set to mu- 
sic for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. V. 
Stanford, op. 68. New York, Boosey 
& co. (1898, no. 14002, Feb. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 



— no. 5. O, swallow, swallow. Set to 
music for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. V. 
Stanford, op. 68. New York, "Boosey 
& co. (1898. no. 14003, Feb. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 50 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 



— no. 6. Thy voice is heard. Set to 
music for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. Y. 
Stanford, op. 68. New York/ Boosev 
& co. (1898, no. 14004, Feb. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 51 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Cycle of songs from the princess of 
Alfred Lord Tennyson, no. 7. Home 
they brought her warrior dead. Set to 
music for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. V. 
Stanford, op. 68. New York, Boose v 
&co. (1898, no. 14005, Feb. 28. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 52 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 

no. 8. Our enemies have fall'n. Set 

to music for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. V. 
Stanford, op. 68. New York, Boose v 
& co. (1898, no. 14006, Feb. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898.) 53 
Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York. 
no. 9. Ask me no more. Set to mu- 
sic for quartet of solo voices with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By C. V. 
Stanford, op. 6H. New York, Boosey 
& co. (1898, no. 14007, Feb. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1898. ) 54 
Copyright by fioosey & co., New 
York. 
Dans le printemps de nies annees. In 
springtime of my years. Song for 
mezzo-soprano. English version. By 
Isabella G. Parker. Music by Garat. 
New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 
27148, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 
1898.) 55 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Danse Berichonne. Pour violon avec ac- 
compagnement de piano. Par Emile 
Sauret. op. 55. Suite franyaise. no. 4. 
London, Frederick W. Chanot. [Edi- 
tion Chanot. no. 952.] (1898, no. 26752, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 56 
Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 
Danse Bretonne. Pour violon avec ac- 
compageniment de piano. Par Einile 
Sauret. op. 55. Suite franyaise. no. 
2. London, Frederick W. Chanot. 
[Edition Chanot. no. 950.] (1898, no. 
26754, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 57 

Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 
Dare to stand like Joshua. By C. M. 
Kobertson and l\ P. Bilhorn, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 26974, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn. 
Chicago. 
Dat's when I forget. Words by Wm. May- 
nadier Brown. Music by Frederic 
Dana. Boston, G. W. SetcheU. (1898, 
no. 27079, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
29, IS! IS.) ^{) 

Copyright by G. W, Sctchell, Boston. 

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Titles — Continued. 

Day by day. Words and music by P. P. 

Bilhorn, [n. i.] (1898, no. 26959, Apr. 29. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

Devil's (The) carnival. By Chas. E. 
Bray. [For orchestra."] Boston, Oliver 

Ditson co. (1898, no. 26916, Apr. 2!). 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 29. 1898. ) 61 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

*Dew (The) o' the morn. Song album. 
Composed by Platon Brounoff. Mezzo- 
soprano, baritone, alto, or bass. New 
York, Luckhardt & Belder. (1898, no. 
7541, Jan. 24. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 12, 
1898.) 62 

Copyright by P. Brounoff, New York. 

Did'st thou come from fairyland? Lul- 
laby. Composed by L. M. French. 
[Vocal.] Chicago, Thompson music co. 
(1898, no. 25894, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29. 1898.) 63 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 

Don't turn ober de boss-shoe ! Ethiopian 
solo and chorus. Words and mnsic by 
Jeannette Eobinson Murphy. Xew 
York, Hitchcock ptib. co. (1898, no. 
24011, Apr. 15. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 
1898. ) 64 

Copyright by Hitchcock pub. co., 
New York. 

Down sou, in Alabama. Dance. ByB.H. 
Janssen. op. 199. [For piano. | Xew 
York, M. D. Janssen & co. (1898. no. 
22149, Apr. 7. 2 cox)ies rec'd Apr. 25, 
1898.) 65 

Copyright by B. H. Janssen. Xew 
York. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's. Anthem. By 

M. L. McPhail. [Mixed chorus.] (_n. i .1 

(1898, no. 25691, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 30, 1898 J 66 

Copyright by E. S. l.orenz. Dayton, 

Ohio! 

Ebb and How. Words by Edward iKon- 

ford. Music by Oliver King. Boston, 

Ginn&oo. [The coda, no. L';r>. ] (1898, 

no. 24738, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

30,1898.) '67 

Copyright by Gion & co.. Boston. 

"Elfin dance. (Elfentanz.) For the pi- 
ano. By Edaard Kob.de. op. 50. Ed- 
ited ami lingered by l.ouis Oesterle. 
New York, <i. Schirmer. [Twelve 
characteristic pieces, no. 2.] 
DO. 23105, Apr. 11. '_' copies rec'd Apr. 
11. L898.) ,;s 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New i'oxk. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Elna. Song in E flat. Words and music 

by Graham Valmore. London. Edwin 

Ashdown, ltd. (1898, no 25351. Apr. 

22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 69 

Copyright by E. Ashdown, London, 

England. 

Emblem (The) of the free. Patriotic 
song. Words and music by Clarence 
Chrisman. Arranged by D. S. DeLisle. 
St. Louis, Mo.. C. Chrisman. (1898, 
no. 25105, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr! 
25, 1898.) '70 

Copyright by C. Chrisman. St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Empty (The) tomb. Words and music 
by Eobt. C. Marquis. Chicago, Monarch 
music co. (1598, no. 26901, Apr. 29. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by E. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago. 

Endless amusement. A collection of four- 
hand music for the use of young stu- 
dents. Carefully fingered and anno- 
tated. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
(1898, no. 26839, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 72 

Copyright by Hat'.h music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Envoi <le fieurs. The message of flowers. 
Song for mezzo-soprano or baritone. 
English version by Isabella G. Parker. 
Music by Ch. Gounod. New York, 
G. Schirmer. (1898. no. 27113. Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 73 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 

Etude. Pour piano. Par E. Toledo. 

New York, G. Schirmer. [Feuillets d' 

album, no. 2.] (1898, no. 20377. Apr. 

27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 71 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Every-day melodies. A collection of 
popular melodies, easily arranged, for 
mandolin and piano. New York. Ham- 
ilton S. Gordon. (1898, no. 21153, Apr. 
16. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26. 1898.) 75 
Copvilgkt by H. S. Gordon. New 
York. 

Farewell, farewell. Words by D. E. M. 

Music by D. W. M., [n.i.] '(1898, no. 

21971, Apr. 20. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 

1898. ) 76 

Copyright by Dwiglit E. Marvin, 

Germantown, Pa. 

Fels des heils. Rock of ages. Song for 
male voices. By E. B. Scheve. no. 7 
(B). Buffalo, N. Y., Maennerchor pub. 
co. (1898, no. 25909, Apr. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 25. 1898.) 77 

Copyright by Maennerchor pub. co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Fidele (La) coeur. The true heart. Song. 
For soprano or tenor English version 
by Isabella G. Parker. Music by Paul 
VidaJ . New York, G. Schirmer. " (1898, 
no. 27116. Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 78 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 

First dance album. A carefully selected 
and graded collection of easy dances. 
Forthe piano. Philadelphia. Theodore 
Presser. (1898, no. 26429, Apr. 26. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 27. 1898.) 79 

Copyright by T. Presser, Philadel- 
phia. 

First movement from sonata in C major. 
By W. A. Mozart. Edited by Emil 
Liebling. [For piano.] Chicago, H. 
F. Chandler. [Edition Liebling. no. 
1.] (1898. no. 27081, Apr. 30. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 80 

Copyright by H. F. Chandler, Chi- 
cago. 

Flatteuse (La). Polka. By Max Weber. 
For mandolin and guitar. Chicago, 
W. L. Hazen pub. co. (1898. no. 26510, 
Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

81 
Copyright by W. L. Hazen, Chicago. 

Flying (The) squadron. March and two- 
step. Composed by Mary W. Calkins. 
[For piano.] Buffalo, N. Y.. Denton. 
Cottier & Daniels. (1898. no. 25816^ 
Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25. 1898.) 

82 
Copyright by M. W. Calkins. Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

For peace we'll always fight. Words 
and music by Jackson M. Helm. St. 
Louis, Mo., Jos. Placht & son. (1898, 
no. 2652>. Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
29, 1898. ) 83 

Copyright by J.M. Helm, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

For sweet remembrance sake. By B. H. 

Janssen. [For piano.] New York, M. 

D. Janssen & co. (1898. no. 22150, Apr. 

7. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 81 

Copyright bv B. H. Janssen, New 

York. 

For this. Melodie. Orchestral parts by 

Reginald de Koven, [n.i.] (1898, no. 

27111, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 

1898.) 85 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Free Cuba. Words by Henry Kepler 
Johnson. Music by Louis E. Johnson, 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 25102, Apr. 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 26, 1898.) 86 
Copyright by H. K. Johnson, Chicago. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Friihlings-gavotte. (Springtide gavotte.) 
Fur piano. Von F. Kirclmer. op. 776. i 
London, Angener & co. (1898, no. 
26266. Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 
1898.) 87 

Copyright by Angener & co., Lon- 
don, England. 

Full assurance. By Neva P. Prentice and 
P. P. Bilhorn, [n. i.] (1898, no. 26971, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 

88 
Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. i 

Ganz allerliebst. Sweetly pretty. Sa- 
lonstuck. Fiir pianoforte. Von Wilh. 
Aletter. Leipzig, C. Kiesler's musik- 
verlag. (1898, no. 27005, Apr. 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 89 
Copyright by C. Kiesler, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Gavotte. Fiinze fiir pianoforte. Von 
Helen C. Crane, op. 1. no. 1. Leip- 
zig, Germany, Emil Grude. (1898, no. 
20585, Mar. 31. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 28. 
1898.) 90 

Copyright by E. Grude, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 

Gipsy dance. For violin and pianoforte. 
By Edward German, no. 3. New York. 
Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 17971, 
Mar. 17. 2 conies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898.) 

91 
Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 

* Glad anticipation. (Frohe erwartung.) 
For the piano. By Eduard Rohde. op. 
62. Edited and fingered by Louis Oes- 
terle. New York, G. Schirmer. 
[Twelve characteristic pieces, no. 1.] 
(1898, no. 23110, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 92 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Gloryland. Words bv Laura E. Newell. 

Music by Geo. F. Eo'sche, [n. i.] (1898, 

no. 26385, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

27,1898.) 93 

Copyright by G. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

rGod, be merciful. Anthem. By L. O. 

Emerson. [Mixed chorus.] Logans- 

porfc, lnd., Home music co. [Home 

music journal, v. 7, Apr., 1898.] (1898, 

no. 23122, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

11,1898.) 91 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 

gausport, lnd. 

Golliwogg (The). March. By Joseph 

Fredericks. For piano. London, YV., 

Egerton &co. (1898, uo.26267, Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, L898. ) 95 

Copyright by Egerton & co.. London. 

England. 



Titles — Continued. 

Good-bye, old mill. Part song f or male 
voices. Words by Richard Henry Buck. 
Music byAdamGeihel. Boston, White- 
Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 27157, 
Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

96 
Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Part song for mixed voices. Words 

by Richard Henry Buck. Music by 
Adam Geibel. Boston, White-Smith 
music pub. co. (1898, no. 27156, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Graziella. Morceau gracieuse. Pour 

piano. Par Wilh. Aletter. Leipzig, 

C. Kiesler. (1898, no. 27004, Apr. 30. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 98 

Copyright by C. Kiesler, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Greek (The). March. By E. S. Parmen- 
ter. Arranged for band. Cleveland, 
Ohio, H. E. McMillin. (1898, no. 26804, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

99 
Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Greeting song. Words by Laura E. New- 
ell. Music bv Geo. F. Rosche, [n. i.] 
1898,no.2638i;Apr.27. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr.27,l«98.) 100 

Copyright by G. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Greeting to Hanover. March. By F. H. 
Losey. [For band] Philadelphia, 
Harry Coleman. (1898, no. 27132. Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. ) 101 
Copyright by H.Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 

* Greetings for home. (Gross an die hoi- 
math.) For the piano. By Eduard 
Rohde. op. 62. Edited and fingered 
by Louis Oesterle. New York, Gr. 
Schirmer. [Twelve characteristic 
pieces, no. 3.] (1898, no. 23112, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11. 1898.) 102 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Hail, starry banner. Words by I. aura E. 

Newell. 'Music by Geo. 1\ Rosche, | n. i. I 

(1898, no. 26388, Apr. 27. - copies reo'd 

Apr. 27, 1898.) 103 

Copyright bj Gr. IT. Rosche, Chicago. 

Happy in his love. l-\ 
Bilhornaud P, P. Bilhorn, [n. 
no. 26i: 64, Apr. 29. 2 copies re< «. 
20. 1898.) 101 

Copyright bv Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. 






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Titles — Continued. 



Hark, the sound of evening bells. (Ave 
Maria.) For soprano solo and chorus. 
By F. Mendelssohn. Boston. Ginn & 
co. [The coda, no. 236.] (1898, no. 
25508, Apr. 22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30. 
1898.) 105 

Copyright by Ginn & co., Boston. 

Harmony. March. By R. W. Hall. For 

piano. Belle Vernon, Pa., J. G. Eiddell. 

( 1898, no. 26302, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 28, 1898.) 106 

Copyright by John Geo. Eiddell, 

Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Have faith in God. Arranged by P. P. 

Bilhorn, [n. i.] (1898, no. 26946, Apr. 

29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 107 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

Have vou anyone there? By S. H. French. 

Arranged by P. P. Bilhorn, [n. i.] (1898, 

no. 26956, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 108 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

Heroes of America. Two-step. Com- 
posed by Rudolph C. Hartleb. For 
piano. Baltimore, Geo. Willig & co. 
(1898, no. 26062, Apr. 26. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 26, 1898.) 109 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 

His day will come. Song and chorus. 
By Lawrence B. O'Connor and Monroe 
H. Rosenfeld. New York. Jos. W. 
Stern & co. (1898, no. 21902, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec ; d Apr. 25, 1898. ) 110 

Copvright by J. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

His love will never grow cold. Words 

and music by P. P. Bilhorn, [n.i.] 

(1898, no. 26972, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

Holy (The) gates. Song. Words by 
Beatrice Gordon. Music by Reginald 
Barrett. Philadelphia. Hatch music 
co. (1898, no. 27158, Apr. 30. 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 112 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

Home, sweet home, and variations. For 
the guitar. Second guitar accompani- 
ment. Arranged by Sep. Winner. 
Philadelphia, Septimus Winner. (1898, 
no. 26379, Apr. 27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
27,1898.) 113 

Copyright by S. Winner, Philadel- 
phia. 



Hosanna be the children's song. Anthem 
for Sunday school anniversary. Words 
by Montgomery. Music by E. M. Bar- 
ber. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [The 
lute. no. 185.] (1898, no. 26718, Apr. 29. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898.) Ill 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

How do you do, mister man. Words and 

music bv Bennett F. Fritch, [n. i.] 

(1898, no'. 26521, Apr. 28. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 28, 1898.) 115 

Copyright by B. F. Fritch, St. Louis, 

Mo. 

Hull's quarterly programmes for Sunday 
schools. Apr., 1898. v. 4. no. 4. 
New York, Asa Hull. (1898, no. '25088, 
Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 

116 
Copyright by A. Hull, New York. 

Humoreske. Fiir cello, mit clavierbeglei- 
tung. Componirt von Hans Hermann. 
Leipzig, C. Kiesler's musikverlag. 
[Drei stiicke, C] (1898, no. 27008, Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 117 
Copyright by C. Kiesler, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

* Hunter's return. (Jiigers heimkehr.) 

For the piano. By Edward Eohde. 
op. 50. Edited and fingered by Louis 
Oesterle. New York, G. Schirmer. 
[Twelve characteristic pieces, no. 4.] 
(1898, no. 23107, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 11, 1898.) 118 

Copvright bv G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Hunter's song. Two-part song. Words 
by E. Osenford. Music by John Kin- 
ross. Boston, Ginn & co. [The coda, 
no. 231.] (1898, no. 24735, Apr. 19. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Ginn •& co., Boston. 

* I ain't got nothin' for him to do. Words 

by N. O. T. Music bv Frederick Coit 
Wight, [n.i.] (1898,' no. 27095, Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 120 
Copyright by F. C. Wight, New Lon- 
don, Conn. 

* I am dreaming of thee. Waltz song. 
For soprano or tenor. By D. E. Pis- 
brow. Loudon, England, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 25573, Apr. 
22. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 121 

Copyright by D. E. Disbrow, Leba- 
non, Conn. 

Waltz. For the piano. By D.E. Dis- 
brow. London, England, Francis, Day 
& Hunter. (1898, no. 25574, Apr. 22. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898.) 122 
Copyright by D. E. Disbrow, Leba- 
non, Conn. 



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Titles — Continued. 

I am going Lome to mother. Words and 
music by VV. W. McCallip, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 8547, Jan. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
29,1898.) 123 

Copyright by W. W. McCallip, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

I am the vine. Words by Laura E. 

Newell. Music by Geo. F. Rosche, 

[n.i.] (1898, no. 26383. Apr. 27. 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898. ) 124 

Copyright by G. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

I know that he loves me. Words and 

music by P. P. Bilhorn, [n.i.] (1898, 

no. 26913, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 125 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

I love the sunshine. Words by Annie 

Carolyn Leutz. Music bv Geo. F. 

Rosche, [n.i.] (1898, no. 26387, Apr. 

27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 126 

Copyright by G. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

I should like to have been there. Words 

and music bv O. S. Grinnell, [n. i.] 

(1898, no. 26950, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 29, 1898.) 127 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

I think there's a girl in the moon. Song 

and chorus. Words and music by 

Richard Thomas. New York, Howley, 

Haviland & co. (1898, no. 27167, Apr. 

30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 128 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 

Ichscheidenun. Inowmustpart. Eng- 
lish version by Helen D. Tretbar. 
Composed by Carl Venth. op. 105. 
Leipzig, C. Dieckmann. [Lieder und 
gesano-e, no. 1.] (1898, no. 26002, Apr. 

26. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) 129 
Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 
Idyl (An) thought. By Bessie-Walker. 
[For piano.] Grand Rapids, Mich.. 
Walker & co. (1898, no. 26314, Apr. 27. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1898.) L30 

Copyright by B. Walker, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

*If all the skies were sunshine. Words 
by Henry Van Dyke. Music by Prank 
S. Hastings. Mezzo-soprano or bari- 
tone. New York, (i. SchirmeT. (1898, 
no. 23117, Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
11,1898.) 131 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

In gondola. Pour piano. Par F. Toledo. 
New York, (J. Schirmer. [Fenillets 
d'album. no.l.] (1898, no. 26876, Apr. 

27. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26. L898.) 132 
Copyright by G. Sohirmer, New York, 



Titles — Continued. 

In memory of the brave. Funeral march. 
Bv W.S.Ripley. Arranged for band. 

Cleveland, Ohio, H.E.McMill in. (1898, 
no. 26803, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 133 

Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

In Thy name. Words and music bv P. P. 
Bilhorn, [n.i.] (1898, no. 26973, Apr. 

29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. ) 131 
Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 

Chicago. 

* In the twilight. (Dammerstunde.) For 
the piano. By Eduard Rhode, op. 62. 
Edited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 
New York, G. Schirmer. [12 character- 
istic pieces, no. 6.] (1898, no. 23115, 
Apr. 11. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1898.) 

135 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

J'ai taut de choses a vous dire. ([ have 
so many things to tell you.) Song for 
soprano or tenor. English version by 
Isabella G. Parker. Music by G. Fer- 
rari. New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, 
no. 27150, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 
30,1898.) 136 

Copyright by G. Schiriner. New York. 

Jesus has come to abide. By L. O. Brown. 
Arranged by P. P. Bilhorn. [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 26967, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898. ) 137 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. 
Jesus our master. By Ada Blenkhorn. 
Arranged by P. P. Bilhorn. [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 26958, Apr. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) L38 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. 
Jesus will give 11 is beloved sleep. ( Abend- 
lied.) Quartet for mixed voices or 
chorus. By Wm. R. Spence, |n. i.] 
[Octavo ed. no. 9710.] (1898, no. 
26918, Apr.29. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 139 

Copyright by Oliver Ditsou co.. Bos- 
ton. 
Jim and 1. Words by Eddie O'Brien. 
Music bv Berber! Holcombe. New 
York. Howley, Haviland & co. 
no. 27161, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd \pr. 

30, 1898.) ll ° 
Copyright by Howley, Haviland A 

co.. New York. 
"Joyful. For the piauo. b\ Edward 
bolide, op. 50. Edited and lingered 
by Louis Oesterle. NeM 
Sc b i rraer. i r w eh e oh 
pieces, no. 5. | I 1898, no. 2 U08, Apr. 
11. 2 copies reo'd Apr. 11.1898 ill 

Copyright b\ G. Seuiriner, Nov 1 



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Titles — Continued. 



Julia. Vals por Aurelio M. Campos. Pi- 
ano. Mexico, A. Wagner y Levien Sues. 
[Nuevas piezas de baile. no. 19.] 
(1898, no. 26700, Apr. 29. 2 copies ree'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 142 j 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 

* King Arthur. March. By Cortes Mon- ! 
co. For piano. Providence, R. I., Al- | 
pha co. ( 1898, no. 21732, Apr. 4. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Apr. 4, 1898.) 143 
Copyright by James B. Allen. 

King (The) of France. Vocal march. 
Part song for male voices. Words by i 
E. N. Clark. Music by Alonzo Stone. 
Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 27155, Apr. 30. 2 copies ree'd 
Apr. 29, 1898.) 144 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Part song for mixed voices. Words 

by E. N. Clark. Music by Alonzo 
Stone. Boston, White-Smith music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 27154, Apr. 30. 2 
copies ree'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 145 

Copyright by White-Smith music ' 
pub. co., Boston. 

Klondike. Polka. By Carrie J. Singhi. 
New York, Hitchcock pub. co. (1898, 
no. 24012, Apr. 15. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 
28,1898.) 146 | 

Copyright by Hitchcock pub. co., 
New York. 
Lamb (The) of God. Words and music 
bv P. P. Bilhorn. [n. i.] (1898. no. 
26942, Apr. 29. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 29, 
1898.) 147 

Copyright by Peter Phillip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. 
Land (The) of liberty. Two-step march, j 
By Lee B. Grabbe. Arranged by Harry 
H. Zickel. TFor piano.] Detroit, 
Mich., Zickel" bros. (1898, no. 26797, 
Apr. 29. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 29, 1898.) 

148 

Copyright by Zickel bros., Detroit, 

Mich. 

Land (The) where the thistles grow. 

Composed by L. M. French. [Vocal.] 

Chicago, Thompson music co. (1898, 

no. 25895, Apr. 25. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 

29,1898.) 149 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 

Chicago. 

L amies (Les). Tears. Song. For soprano 

or tenor. English version by Isabella 

G. Parker. Music by E. Reyer. New 

York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 27140, 

Apr. 30. 2 copies ree'd Apr. 30, 1898.) 

150 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Lead us, our Father, lead us. Quartet. 
For mixed voices. Adapted and ar- 
ranged by J. C. Macy. Music by Arthur 
Sullivan, [n. i.] Octavo ed. no. 10128.] 
(1898, no. 26922, Apr. 29. 2